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When the waters gush down from the highlands of Angola into Botswana, creating the unique wetland ecosystem that is the Okavango Delta, they form the world’s largest inland delta, with 18,000 square kilometres of winding channels and waterways bringing life to an otherwise dry and thirsty landscape. He also partakes in the annual mokoro race, which takes place on 20 October each year and aims to integrate cultural tourism – sharing traditional transportation, art, entertainment and games – with the more popular wildlife tourism.“In Botswana we are proud of tourism,” he tells me as we glide through the reeds past the grunting of the hippos, the dust of the buffalo and the swishing of the distant elephants. After diamond-mining, “tourism is the second [largest] income earner,” says Sehenyi Tlotlego (known as Shex), philanthropy coordinator at Abercrombie & Kent in Botswana.
“Botswana was the first country to see the potential of the high quality, low impact tourism model,” he tells me.The demand for rhinoceros horn is depressingly high, and the money made from poaching all too enticing.If something game-changing isn’t implemented soon, many predict that it won’t be long before rhinos become a species of the past.“By encouraging high-end tourism, the country has been able to set the standard both for tourism experiences and conservation.” Africa’s tragic poaching tale is one we’re all too familiar with.Despite numerous and rigorous anti-poaching projects, no country on the continent – not even South Africa or Kenya, which are forward-thinking in conservation – has managed to shake poaching.Hot Local Sex Dates offers customized search features, email, chat and instant messaging, and much more.
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The ministry of Wildlife, Environment and Tourism confirmed the accident and said it has launched an investigation.
Botswana has the largest elephant population in Africa at over 135,000, according to a 2015 count.
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