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Articles Botswana - Derived from the Tswana word "Kgalagadi", Meaning "the great thirst", the Kalahari is one of the world's most extensive mantles of sand that extends south into South Africa, west into Namibia and north into Angola and Zambia.
Articles Botswana - Chobe National Park, named after the Chobe River on its northern boundary is home to an exciting variety of large mammals and over 450 bird species.
Articles Namibia - Namibia boasts 20 National Parks and protected areas, with a population under 2 million.
Articles Zambia - Kafue has an impressive mammal list and boasts the greatest diversity of antelope in Africa including important populations of Defassa waterbuck and Red lechwe.
Articles Morocco - Morocco is very close to Europe, but despite its proximity has many differences, as Islamic country it is. So, say the fastest way for a European to enter a new world of Africa. Northern Morocco has a similar landscape to the south of Spain. In t
Articles Zimbabwe - Victoria Falls is truly spectacular and deserves its spot as Africa's number one tourist attraction.
Articles Namibia - One of the world's pre-eminent wildlife areas, present day Etosha National Park covers approximately 23175 square kilometres of land.
Articles Zimbabwe - Lake Kariba is located in the Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe, near the famous Zambezi river.
Articles Zambia - Zambia is the home of the modern walking safari and without doubt offers some of Africa's best traditional walking safaris, particularly in the Luangwa Valley.
Articles Namibia - the north-eastern panhandle between Botswana, Angola and Zambia.
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