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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > July-September 2019 (87) > WHY BOTSWANA?

WHY BOTSWANA?

We all have our favourite safari destinations, but what makes this southern Africa country so special? We asked a man whose spent his life filming, photographing, and now fighting to protect the country’s wildlife: Dereck Joubert
Elephants near Great Plains’ Zarafa Camp in Selinda Reserve. Home to the Zibadianja Lagoon, the source of the Savuti Channel, Selinda links the Oakavngo Delta with Chobe National Park
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I often ask myself why I love Botswana. It’s like asking anyone in love why they fell in love in the beginning. It is the lift of hair in the breeze, the fragrant scent that you can still remember from the first time you saw her, the sound of laughter that lifted your own spirit to the clouds. It is why I fell in love with Beverly, and with Botswana.

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