An evening campfire is one of the joys of being on safari. Let these scenic photos of Botswana entice you.
Photo Essay of Botswana by Ian Micheler
Mekoro, or dugout canoes, were traditionally made from a variety of hardwood trees such as African ebony and Rhodesian teak
. As they have an average life of no more than three to five years, and because of the massive growth in tourism, they are now made from fibre-glass moulds in order to spare the trees.
Quad biking on the Makgadikgadi Pans.
Sunset drinks at Livingstone's Baobab. Mashatu Game Reserve. Tuli Block.
Walking back to jacks camp. Makgadikgadi
Raging fire in the Delta
Before the Rain
Baptisms in the River
Seasons in Moremi
Elephants in the Chobe Dust
Thirsty elephants race to Chobe River
Sunset over Makgadikgadi
Serenity of the Okavango Delta
Sunset in Moremi
Leopard at dusk
Lily of the Delta