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Souvenirs from Botswana

Souvenirs from the Republic of Botswana are a fantastic way to remember your vacation memories. Colorful key chains, figural fridge magnets, T-shirts and pictorial post cards will help you share them with friends and co-workers. Very traditional mementos are the decorative baskets sold in the street markets. There are different types of baskets that serve unique purposes, from storing items to sifting grain, and come in a variety of colors and designs. Another Batswana souvenir is a traditional doll from the Herero tribe. These are depictions of women in various stages of life, clothed in the costume befitting each age. The Bushman tribe produces miniatures of tools, weapons, huts, and animals from leather, perfect for stashing in a carry-on bag. You can also pick up tribal textiles, bead jewelry, and other leather goods, like journals, bags and wallets, which will delight the senses of whoever is on your gift list.

Sights of Botswana

Botswana offers amazing natural wonders for the tourist. The Moremi Gorge is home to several endangered species, hundreds of butterflies, and a vast variety of plant life. Interesting water features create a picture perfect wonderland. Makgadikgadi Salt Pan is an ancient lake that dried up tens of thousands of years ago. The vistas are amazing, showing large sweeps of the horizon and the setting sun. Interested in something slightly more hydrated? The Okavango delta can be traversed by dugout canoe as you see herds of antelopes coming in for their morning drinks. This particular waterway can be seen from space, so be sure to wave to the passing satellites. Get out of sight with a visit to the Gcwihaba Caverns. Rock formations, frozen waterfalls, and striking stalactites are an unusual photo opportunity, so be sure to bring your cameras. Another amazing vision is the village of Oodi and the weaving community, creating exquisite and colorful scenes.

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