One of the guides Savute Elephant Camp by Orient Express in Botswana in the Chobe National Park. uploaded to one of the 4x4 vehicles at the time of a safari. Located in central South Africa, Botswana, landlocked, extends about 1,100 km from north to south and 960 km from east to west, covering an area equivalent to that of France, slightly larger than Spain. The borders South Africa, through Limpopo and Molopo rivers, the Northeast, with Zimbabwe, while Namibia embraces western and northern borders. In Kazungula, in the remote North, four countries-Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia-converge in the center of the Zambezi river current. Most of the territory (75%) is in the Kalahari, the southern African desert but not really a desert, as it is covered with grass and shrubs, but no waterways in the area if we except the river Boteti, which makes it a land not suitable for agriculture or livestock and has earned the nickname land of thirst. A plateau of about 1,200 meters divides the country into two regions, each with its own drainage system. In the north are the marshy basins Makgarikgari and Okavango. A large expanse of savanna, where they develop animal husbandry and agriculture (main economic activities of the country), marks the transition from the desert steppes and forests OS of N and NE. The most important rivers are the Okavango, Limpopo and Chobe. Among the lakes, the Ngami and Xau. Botswana is considered as one of the reserves of flora and fauna most important African continent. It is in the Chobe National Park and Pan Nxai where they concentrate most animal species. Botswana Drylands are home to more than seventy species of snakes, among which the black-necked cobra and many arboreal and poisonous vines, abundant in the Okavango, but not usually approach humans. This part of South Africa offers a taste of indefinite species common birds and hosts a set of colorful and exotic birdlife. Among the birds are the elegant gray crowned crane neck, the gray Turaco with its characteristic cry, the beautiful Lilac-breasted ratchet and the austere clerk or snake, snakes Defeating repeatedly jumping on them. National parks and reserves most beautiful of Botswana are home to a surprising variety of wildlife and inhabit them elephants, cheetahs, wild dogs, leopards, hyenas, giraffes, hippos and zebras. Most of the nation is covered by savanna, consisting of acacia or thorn bushes. The only mopane forests are in the Northeast, where there are areas where wood is used for construction. In the same area and marula trees grow mongonga whose edible fruits served in the past as food base of the San people. The marula softwood used in local crafts, and its fruits are used to make a kind of beer.