Best Sustainable African Safari Parks

Makgadikgadi National Park (Botswana)

Prior to the 1960s, Makgadikgadi National Park area held the longest and possibly the largest migration of zebra and wildebeest in Africa. During the rainy seasons those times, the flooded pans attracted large herds of animals. But with the tragic introduction of fences, the number reduced drastically.

As of now, the Makgadikgadi restored the migration between the northern Botswana, the Makgadikgadi National Park and the Kalahari Desert. Meno A Kwena, one of the bridges, acts as a platform between the local community and conservationists to prosper the migration once again. The Meno A Kwena camp settles on the Boteti River on the border of the Makgadikgadi pans and it also possess a watering point for cattle as well. Wildebeests, Zebras, Ducks, Geese, Great White Pelicans, Greater Flamingos, Ostriches, Chestnut-banded plovers, Kittlitz plover, tortoises, rock monitor and more can largely be seen here.