I haven’t visited Botswana yet, but I have included community reports from those who have.
Hwange & Chobe NPs, 2022: Pictus Safaris, 10 days & 33 species including Roan and Sable Antelopes and Bush Hyrax.
Chobe National Park, 2018: Michael Johnson, 5 days & 19 species including Southern Galago.
Zimbabwe, Botswana and Marrick (South Africa), 2018: Félix Serrano López, 2 weeks and about 60 species including Sable, Honey Badger, Spot-necked Otter, Black-footed Cat and mating Aardvarks.
Namibia, Botswana and Zambia, 2016: Wise Birding, 18 days & 55 species including Brown Hyena, Caracal, Wild Dog and Bushveld Sengi.
Namibia & a bit of Botswana, 2016: Richard Webb, 2 weeks & 53 species including Honey Badger, Spotted-necked Otter, Dassie Rat and Western Rock Sengi.
Namibia & a bit of Botswana, 2016: Félix Serrano López, 16 days & 57 species including Aardvark, Aardwolf, Spotted-necked Otter and Honey Badger. (In Spanish and English).
Botswana, 2013: Indri Tours, 10 days & 34 mammals including Wild Dogs, Honey Badger, Roan & Sable Antelopes and Sitatungas.
Botswana, 2013: Van Harris, 11 days & 35 species including Wild Dogs.
Dubai & Southern Africa, 2012: Bob Berghaier, 1 week and an interesting report with the highlights including Oryx, Arabian and Sand Gazelles in Dubai, and a Honey Badger in Chobe (Botswana).
South Africa and Botswana, 2012: Juan Luis Ortega Herranz, 2 weeks and 54 species including Brown Hyena, Caracal, Honey Badger and Black-tailed Tree Rat.
Namibia and Botswana, 2012: Steve Anyon-Smith and Barry Sean Virtue, 1 month & 50+ species including Honey Badgers and some interesting rodents.
Southern Africa, 2009 (Botswana, Namibia and South Africa): Coke Smith, 7 weeks and 118 species and subspecies including Caracal and Aardvark.
Southern Africa, 2008-09: Vadimir Dinets’s notes of a long trip through 9 Countries. Many mammals including Selous Mongoose and Brown Hyena in Botswana.
RFI on cats in Namibia and Botswana (May, 2018)
Tips for a trip to Namibia and Botswana (April 2015).
Central Kalahari Game Reserve, some brief information (Feb 2015).
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