Animals to see in Botswana

by Travelbag on 23 May 2018, 08:05AM Animals to see in Botswana Holidays to Botswana are all about the wildlife. And what better way to see them than on a safari? The 'big five' – buffalo, elephant, lion, rhino and leopard – are all here, alongside an endless list of other animals. But that doesn't mean you're guaranteed to see them.  When it comes to safari holidays, when you go is just as important as where you stay. Timing is everything. Weather patterns are dramatic and can be roughly divided into three different phases. The green season runs from December to May. This is the cheapest time of the year to travel to Botswana but that’s for good reason, wildlife – particularly concealed and smaller infants – are difficult to spot in the thick, lush greenery. In the dry season, from April to October, is sparse so i...
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Nuts About Nature

Top tips for discovering Australia’s weird and wonderful wildlife Saddle Up Explore the spectacular Blue Mountains High Country on horseback, through gorgeous bushland, pine forests and clear creeks. Paddle with Platypus  Take a dawn or dusk canoe tour in the Great Otway National Park, accessible from Melbourne, to discover Australia’s most elusive animal – this rare...
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Going Wild

Going Wild

If you’re thinking about taking a holiday where the opportunity to marvel at the local wildlife features highly on the ‘to do’ list, then you aren’t really going to be short of options. From the big cats of the Maasai Mara to the monkeys of Gibraltar, and from the Little Penguins of Phillip Island to the elephants of Asia, the opportunities are almost endless when it come...
by Matt Salisbury on 17 November 2014, 10:11AM



Top 5 Places in the World for Whale Watching

Top 5 Places in the World for Whale Watching

Watching a whale burst through the water's surface is a fascinating and unforgettable sight. There's something quite magical about seeing the largest mammal in their natural environment, at its most glorious. Whale-watching is one of the most popular wildlife experiences, but you might be surprised by how many countries have these gentle giants in their waters. So when you're planning your holid...
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