Africa  | 29/07/2015

LINYATI Wetlands in Botswana

In the northwest corner of Chobe National Park, the Linyati river floodplain occupies a 900 square kilometres, which during the dry season, attracts impressive wildlife concentrations.

Wetlands are home to fixed populations of elephants, lions, wild dogs, cheetahs and leopards; therefore, it is one of the best places in Africa to see predators. However, one of the attractions of Linyati is its isolation.

Because such land, not technically belong to the Chobe National Park, is not subject to its rules, and therefore allowed to drive and walk around at night to see wildlife.

     
     
   

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