Birding is spectacular with Schawlow’s turaco, barred owlet and white-browed coucal resident in the gardens as well as rosy throated longclaw, western-banded snake-eagle and hooded vulture among a few of the 450 species of the Chobe region.

There is no shortage of incredible wildlife experiences in Botswana, but the annual migration of 250,000 flamingos. From November to April being Botswana’s wet/rainy season, the birds travel from the Great Rift Valley to feast on unsuspecting shrimp in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans and the best place to see this is Nata Bird Sanctuary.

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