It’s Official! Okavango Delta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
The list of the natural world’s most extraordinary places, UNESCO’s World Heritage List, gained its 1,000th entry on June 22, 2014 with the addition of the Okavango Delta in northern Botswana.
This is the world’s largest inland delta – vital, inspiring, pristine and teeming with wildlife. Visit this truly unique and magnificent wilderness paradise, and see for yourself why it is referred to as the “jewel of the Kalahari”.
Aerial view of the Delta
Miles and miles of pristine wilderness overwhelm the senses.
Wide open spaces
Magnificent views are everywhere in the Delta
Riding in a mokoro in the shallow waters of the Delta is an experience not to be missed!
Lilac breasted roller
The lilac breasted roller is just one of over 450 species of birds in found in the Delta
Lesser jacana in the Delta
Lesser jacana walk the lily pads ... it looks like they are walking on water.
Sunset in the Delta
A stunning sunset is the perfect way to end the day
A small pride checks out the visitors. What a photo op!
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