Culture Botswana

Culture Botswana


Situated in southern Africa, the Republic of Botswana lies between South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. The landlocked, politically stable country is run in a democratic manner, and its economy is growing steadily. It boasts some of Africa's last great wildernesses, including the famous Okavango Swamps and the Kalahari Desert. The republic is the biggest exporter of gemstone diamonds in the world. Botswana also exports large quantities of beef to the European Economic Community

Botswana Government

The Republic of Botswana is a multi-party constitutional democracy. Unlike other African countries, the elections held in the country since it gained its independence in 1966, have been on schedule and have been deemed fair by both the people of Botswana and by international observers. Another feature of the politics in Botswana is that the small white minority and other minority groups in the country can freely participate in the political processes in...

Botswana History

The history of Botswana is comparable to other African countries in the sense that their history can be divided into three periods, namely, before European occupation, European occupation and independence. However, the history of Botswana and its people can be considered unique because the period of their independence has been characterized by both political and economic stability.

Botswana Agate

Botswana agate is a purplish-gray fortification gemstone exhibiting white patterns of, usually, circles or ovoids. Usually, it is found in the form of nodules.

Botswana Food

Botswana offers a wide selection for the palate. The food found in the country is a combination of exotic dishes found only in Botswana and dishes that are commonly found in the entire region. This has added a certain level of uniqueness to Botswana food that travelers to this country can experience.

Religions in Botswana

Since Botswana is a democratic republic, it can be expected that religious freedoms are respected. Given the different religions that are practiced in the country, it can be said that religious freedoms are not only respected, but are also protected.

Botswana Safaries

From the massive, dry desert of the Kalahari to the splendid Okavango delta, a maze of waterways coursing through the desert sands - Botswana safaris offer you a breathtaking contrast that will be a feast for your senses, bored and tired of the sameness and uniformity around them.

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