Once a water source larger than the size of Sweden, the remains of Lake Makgadikgadi are rather impressive.
Situated in the North East of Botswana in the dry Savannah lies the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. Comprising of many salt pans clustered together with sandy deserts between them, the pans are surrounded by the Kalahari desert, and prove to be an important habitat for animals migrating (such as wildebeest, zebra and birdlife) once the rains have been.
Here you will find Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, a slightly different park to that of most in Botswana. This park offers safari experiences amongst the salt pans, which prove to be very different to other safari experiences, one you will absolutely not forget.
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If you don't want scorching temperatures, and would prefer a getaway with no rain, the best months to visit the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans are the months of May through to August. Read More
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