Elephants are gobbling up Botswana, much to the dismay of the government.
There's a secret ingredient that makes this camping safari a memorable experience.
This middle-income African nation of two million is rightly referred to as the king of safari.
It really is the kind of place where one could fall in love - with the person standing beside you.
Lessons in bush craft are a rare opportunity to connect with a people often marginalised and ignored.
No-one captures Africa's wildlife as magically as Dereck and Beverley Joubert.
A stark yet beautiful landscape was the backdrop for an extraordinary love affair.
A 7000-kilometre self-drive through Namibia and Botswana over three weeks, with 40 per cent on unsealed roads.