Sunday, May 27, 2012


December 2011 at  Makagadikgadi Salt Pan in Northern Botswana. Pink Flamingos migrate every year. 

These salt pans cover 6,200 sq mi (16,057.9 km²) in the Kalahari basin and form the bed of the ancient Lake Makgadikgadi, which evaporated many millennia ago. Archaeological recovery in the Makgadikgadi has revealed the presence of prehistoric man through abundant finds of stone tools; some of these tools have been dated sufficiently early to establish their origin as earlier than the era of Homo sapiens. Pastoralists herded grazing livestock here when water was more plentiful earlier in the Holocene

  Kasane: Abundance of wildlife makes Kasane biggest tourist attraction in Botswana.

Gaborone: A view from the top of Kgale Hill: Gaborone is situated between Kgale  and Oodi hills.

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