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Caprivi Strip

Listed under Wildlife in Namibia.

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This narrow strip of Namibian land bordered by Botswana, Angola, Zambia and the Okavango region is crossed by some of the regions most nutritious river systems, including the Zambezi and is a region rich in biodiversity and animal life. Four reserves are part of this mixed landscape of swamps, dry grasslands and dense forests, Bwabwata, Mudumu, Mamili and Mahangu. Each of these parks is home to plenty of big game animals, birds and other wildlife. The easiest way to get into this region is by plane to Victoria Falls, which may be one of the reasons an area with such great biodiversity isn’t too overexposed when it comes to visitors.

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