Latest Posts in Botswana

  • Vet Safaris

    Get involved with some extreme conservation and get as up close and personal as possible to some of the world’s most incredible predators, through African Vet Safaris. Whether you’re a member of the general public or someone already involved in the veterinary practice you’re set to enjoy a tailor made safari holiday with a twist, …

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  • The Makgadikgadi Pans

    The Makgadikgadi Pans form part of what was once the bed of the ancient Lake Makgadikgadi; a humongous stretch of water that evaporated around 10,000 years ago. The Makgadikgadi Pans are found in the Kalahari region of Botswana and are comprised of several different pans. The pans are usually a salty dry clay most of …

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  • The Rare Animal Series Part 1: The wild dog

    Africa is full of incredible animal species, however, many of these are terribly endangered and may one day become nothing more than a memory, existing only in the history books. This is the first in a series of blogs taking a closer look at some of Africa’s more endangered species and presenting you with all …

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  • Simply the Best of African Wildlife Documentaries

    Dereck and Beverly Joubert are known the world over as Emmy award winning filmmakers and are admired for using their talents to highlight the plight of big cats everywhere. In conjuncture with National Geographic they founded the Big Cat Initiative or the BCI; a conservation effort that since its conception now operates in 7 countries …

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  • Twin Centre Honeymoons

    We are constantly finding that honeymooners are asking for a honeymoon combining two or more components in it, for example, they might wish to have an action packed safari as well as a romantic tropical island beach holiday in one. These holidays, which are termed ‘Twin Centre Holidays,’ are steadily growing in popularity. This is …

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  • The History of Safari

    When many of us hear the term ‘safari’ it evokes images of a bygone era where decadence, exploration and adventure were the spirit of the day.  We think back on a time ruled by hunters, dark tales of adventure, and an undeniable mysticism.  But how did the modern day safari as we know it come …

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  • An Interview with Claire from Mahlatini

    Claire grew up in the Warm Heart of Africa, Malawi. A natural water baby, she moved from Malawi at 18 where many a weekend had been spent at Lake Malawi to becoming a scuba diving instructor at Aliwal Shoal along Durban’s famous coastline. After spending a few years working as an instructor in South Africa …

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  • An Interview with Travel Consultant Adam

    Adam was born and bred in Belfast, Northern Ireland. On finishing his schooling Adam worked for a number of years as an Estate Agent including a stint in Spain. Following a period of travelling the world Adam decided to enter the travel industry and worked at British Airways. Ultimately this experience led him to Mahlatini, …

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  • Things you should know when planning a safari holiday – Part 2

    Continuing on from the first edition of this blog, today we discuss knowing your budget before starting to plan your safari holiday as well as accommodation options. How Much Can I Spend? Knowing your budget is vital before you start the planning process  Most people understand that safari isn’t really a ‘cheap’ holiday and that …

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