The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is a vast flat expanse of scrub-covered fossil dunes between ancient river valleys with a fascinating spectrum of very different plants and animals. With the rains (November-April), the desert comes to life, with hordes of plains game followed by numbers of predators, producing some of the best summer wildlife viewing in Botswana.
- The endless desert vistas are an incredible contrast to the rest of Botswana
- The Kalahari Desert is the largest unbroken stretch of sand in the world
- Far from lifeless, a multitude of wildlife has successfully adapted to this arid environment