A few kilometres away, Botswana (the country of the Tswana, named after its majority ethnic group) could have hosted the spectacular Victoria Falls that are the pride of Zimbabwe and Zambia. A cartographic adventure that does not prevent this destination from being one of the most popular on the African continent, especially for wealthy customers looking for top-of-the-range services in preserved and isolated environments. Botswana's territory is indeed covered in its great widths by huge desert areas of which the Kalahari desert is the first representative. But this flat southern African country is much more than a carpet of rock and sand and has many natural wonders to discover with its Botswana tour guide. The choice is vast: the Okavango Delta region, a veritable oasis in the desert, the four national savannah and grassland parks, including Chobe National Park and Moremi National Park, or the many reserves such as the unique Central Kalahari National Park. These reserves are all the richer because hunting has been prohibited since 2014. Going on safari in Botswana is a guarantee to observe closely and in small groups all the animals of Southern Africa, a wildlife populated by elephants (the highest concentration on the continent), giraffes, lions, antelopes, hyenas, elephants, zebras, hippopotamuses, rhinos, leopards or crocodiles.