Tuesday, September 23, 2014

B 0 T S W A N A

B 0 T S W A N A

executive summary by darmansjah

OSPREY LAGOON, near the source of Botswana’s mysteriously intermittent Savuti Channel (after a nearly 30-year hiatus, it began flowing again in 2008), forms part of the wildlife-rich Linyanti ecosystem. It is also the veranda view for DumaTau’s completely refurbished eco-camp. “In keeping with our conservation-through-tourism ethos, DumaTau operates on solar energy, while biogas from our organic kitchen waste helps supply the cooking fuel,” explains Brett Wallington, sustainability coordinator at Wilderness Safaris. This is elephant country, and herds thrive in the marshy habitat, providing plenty of intimate photo ops, in open-sided Land Rovers, on foot, and by boat when the water’s flowing. 10 tents; from $868, including full board and daily game-viewing activities.

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