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botswana TRAVEL GUIDE

May to October is dry season, with good climates, less mossies and animals gather around watering holes making them easier to spot.

 

November to April is wet season, while this does give the opportunity to see newborn animals, the rains in January and February can last days my be worth avoiding if you wish to do a lot of wildlife watching.

A carnival atmosphere takes over Gabarone for Maitisong Festival in March as the local population come together for 9 days of music and arts.

30th September marks Botswana day where the country celebrates withstreet parties and traditional festivities

 

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