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Duba Plains Lion Safari

Listed under Safari in NW Botswana, Botswana.

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Ultimately the success of most peoples' safari depends on encounters with big cats. If lions are your thing then there is no better place to see them at their most ferocious than in Botswana.

Duba Plains Camp in the Delta hosts ‘arguably’ the highest concentration of lions in Africa and the Savuti Marshes in Chobe is home of the only pride in Africa that habitually hunt elephant. Prime time viewing in August/Sep/Oct. (October being a ridiculously hot month) Botswana is open all year.

Written by  Julian Carter-Manning.

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