Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park
The Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park is an Escapist and photogenic wilderness filled with sand dunes, lions, migratory herds and dried riverbeds.
This vast and isolated desert extends for 38,000 kilometres and is the perfect place to flee into a tranquil region. Sand dunes grow over sparse vegetation, cattle move to dry riverbeds to find their water and occasional animals store their resources below a mysterious camelthorn oak. The native name Kgalagadi means “thirsty spot,” and local fables claim the rivers flow only once a century. The harshness is implacable; vultures swarm above a springbok, hyenas look snarls and lean and undernourished, and tiny cattle wander in a footpath. Maybe just the gemsbok, big, arid experts with distinctive horns and the ability to tackle desert warmth will really thrive here. You won’t find a lot of wildlife here, like most desert ecosystems. Fertility and water are simply not there to support a large number of wildlife living in the desert. But go wandering and you’ll find various animals, including black lions, cheetah, and hartebeest. It’s not that hard to find these creatures. Monitor the smell of water and aim for the denser savannah areas.
This cross-border park was designed to conserve continuing migration routes between Botswana and South Africa for the herds moving between them. Although the park crosses the National Border, this landscape is one of the sparingly habituated regions of Africa, with a hundred miles before the gate of the park deep in the forest. The bulk of the reserve is in Botswana, but the camps and lodges of the park are on the sides of South Africa. Safari is a great place for anybody with a sense of fun, all you need is a tent and a four-wheel drive in Botswana to explore and peruse through the sand dunes. Safaris can be both done by tourists visiting through the tour companies or others taking on self-drive safaris, the park offer safari trips to this destination, with all the park has to offer, the park offers camping sites for travellers who need to do camping in the heart of the bush.