Okavango Delta is the largest freshwater delta in the world, formed in the central part of the endorheic Kalahari Basin, where the Okavango River enters a tectonic trough. The entire water which enters the Delta is evaporated and swept away and flows in the sea and the ocean. Rains Seasonal rains are creating the Okavango. In January-February the Okavango River drains. The rainfalls from the highlands of Angola and the river flood drain 1.200 kilometres within about one month, and in the next four months the floods disperse across the 250 kilometres by 150 kilometres of the delta. The higher water temperature in the Delta contributes to accelerated sweat which evaporation and leads to a process that only at the beginning of the 20th century was known in complete. During the dry winter months of Botswana, between June and August, flood peaks as the delta swelled to threefold in length, attracting livestock from miles and producing one of Africa’s largest levels of wilderness.
Most of the wild game is located on the bottom of the delta and not in the wet core of the Delta. Moremi Game Reserve, a region within the Okavango Delta Ecosystem, is the most popular place in Moremi Game Reserve There are wild meetings, especially with big cats and the largest mammals in Africa, at short intervals. Migratory and resident animals can be seen across the river, although for their promised bounty those with less room go straight to Moremi. The Duba Plains, where fights of buffalos and lions are all legends, is another prime place to explore around this national park. A number of outlying private concessions offer additional options, and Delta size means that the vas land, offers an adequate space for several safari activities, The most significant thing while visiting Okavango, normally on mokoro–a typical canoe, is the boat safari trip activities, You are guided by a nearby ship captain through the maze, and life hinges around the shingles. Hippo gatherings are impressive and you’re close to the giant elephant and buffalo herds. You’ve got to look down at the jaw level, look at a hippo’s teeth or see baby pachyderms push each other playfully. Language lions are also on your eye while hoping behind lechwe that avoid crocodile snaps. Like many reservoirs, Okavango is a birdlife sanctuary, where over 400 species can be identified this site offers the perfect location for bird watching activities.