Botswana, one of Africa’s most democratic countries, is the old Africa of the legendary Explorers, a place of contrast and beauty, seasoned with sand, savannah and teeming game. A paradise for photographs followers. There, the mighty Okavango flows south from Angola and not into the sea but into the sandy Kalahari Desert to origin the one and unique marvel of Okavango Delta, a labyrinth of channels, lakes, lagoons and swamps, an oasis of 18.000 m2 for lovers of wildlife and unspoiled Africa. A landscape that will offer your camera thousand of motives to be photographed, under the dramatic light of the splendours hours of sunrise and sunset, or even using a warming filter once the sun is full blaze, or a polarizing one to accentuate blue and clouds and bring exposure level of the sky and ground closer together. The peaceful Tswana people have converted nearly one quarter of the country as national parkland. As a contribution to the Batawana tribe, the custodians of Okavango Wilderness, Belmond has built three camps, a window to Africa for travellers to understand that nature and man can hold their hands in the way to preserve and enjoy Botswana’s privileged land.