A land of breath-taking contrasts, Botswana’s natural wonders range from the vast salt pans of the Makgadikgadi, with its granite outcrops and twisted baobabs, to the sandy plains of the Kalahari and the lush oasis of the Okavango Delta. Vast elephant herds splash and spray in the cool waters of the Chobe River and an annual migration of zebra meanders through the Linyanti and Savute areas. The rock paintings of the San Bushmen survive untouched in the Tsodilo Hills, while their way of life continues undisturbed in the remote Kalahari