Many people are passionate about traveling and admiring all the wonderful places in the world. It’s also an opportunity to enrich our life with experiences. One of the things we take into account when planning our trips is the hotel where we’d stay. Some of us look for luxurious all-inclusive hotels, some prefer comfortable rooms, and some look for …Continue reading
Botswana is the story of an all-African success. Already a protectorate long neglected by the British, the country gained independence in 1966. Soon after, thanks to an incredible stroke of luck, three of the richest diamond mines in the world were discovered. Today this nation can boast a relatively enlightened government, and its health, education, and economic facilities have only one rival on the African continent, South Africa. Aside from the narrow eastern belt where most of the population is concentrated, Botswana is nothing more than a vast, wild, and roadless territory, with savannas, deserts, swamps, and salt flats. To safeguard this natural habitat, the government has chosen to favor high-level tourism with low environmental impact.