Zoological sights in Botswana
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The Gaborone Game Reserve was established in 1988 by the Kalahari Conservation Society to give the Gaborone public an opportunity to view Botswana's wildlife in a natural and accessible location.
Although the reserve is only 5 sq km, it boasts wildebeests, elands, gemsboks, kudus, ostriches and warthogs. The bird life, which includes kingfishers and hornbills, is particularly plentiful and easy to spot from observation areas. The reserve also has several picnic sites and a small visitor education centre.
All roads in the reserve are accessible by 2WD, and guided drives are not offered. The reserve is located about 1km east of Broadhurst Mall, and can be accessed from…
If you don't succeed in spotting crocs along the Chobe Riverfront, you can get up close and personal with these scaly beasts at the Kazungula Crocodile Farm, about 1km north of Kazungula.
The community-run crocodile farm is basically all the encouragement you need to keep your hands and feet inside the mokoro (traditional dugout canoe) while cruising through the Okavango Delta.