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Zimbabwe post 2

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May 24, 2021

Welcome to Botswana, a small, dynamic country that is a success story for the African continent. Although a large part of Botswana is the Kalahari Desert, in the north-eastern corner of the country you’ll find a paradise for all kinds of life – The Okavango Delta.

This massive wetland is home to the single largest concentration of African Elephant in the world, as well as over 400 bird species, 200 mammal species and 150 reptile species. There are many ways to visit them and explore the crystal-clear waters and wilds of Botswana.

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Firstly the stop at the “Big Tree”, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

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Firstly the stop at the “Big Tree”, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

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Firstly the stop at the “Big Tree”, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

Firstly the stop at the “Big Tree”, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

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Firstly the stop at the “Big Tree”, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

Firstly the stop at the “Big Tree”, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

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