Meet Florence Kagiso, the leader of Africa’s first all-female team of safari guides

The trailblazing safari guide kick-started a quiet revolution when she became one of Africa’s first female guides in 2004, paving the way for a new generation to follow in her footsteps. Marking International Women’s Day, we discuss her career and her wild workplace, Botswana’s Chobe National Park.

Levison Wood on walking with elephants in Botswana

Setting out from the Zimbabwe border, the adventurer, author and broadcaster spent a month on the front line of elephant conservation, walking alongside a herd as it followed its annual migration route towards the Okavango Delta.

CLOSED: Win a six-night safari for two in Botswana

National Geographic Traveller (UK) has teamed up with Natural Selection and Audley Travel to offer a six-night safari trip for two in Botswana.

Into the Okavango Delta: a portrait of Africa’s wildest conservation destination

Recent droughts in Botswana's 100-mile-wide alluvial fan have brought together conservationists, local people and new safari concessions in fresh efforts to help protect its life giving headwaters

Photo story: Wildlife in Botswana

The Okavango Delta is an oasis in the heart of Southern Africa, flanked by some of the most arid lands on the planet. In the dry season this area becomes a refuge, making it both a lifeline for wildlife and an incomparable destination for animal lovers

87 Elephants Killed by Poachers in Africa’s ‘Last Safe Haven’

Experts explain how the slaughter could happen in Botswana, which may no longer be the refuge it’s long been thought of.
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Wild Leopard Plays With a Tourist's Foot

Saw what happens when this curious wild leopard approaches a safari vehicle in Botswana's Okavango Delta and why this might encourage risky behaviour by the big cats in future.

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