Okavango Delta

The World's Largest Inland Delta!

What is the Okavango Delta?

The Okavango Delta is located in Botswana. The world's largest inland delta spans more the 16,000 square kilometres. The Okavango is a popular spot for African safaris. Many animals can be seen on these safaris.

Animals of the Okavango Delta

Many animals can be seen when on a safari in the Okavango Deltas. Some of these animals include elephants, cape buffalo, lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, impala, red lechwe, kudu, wildebeests, sables, bushbucks, reedboks, roans, steenboks, tsessebes, waterbucks, zebras, baboons, vervet monkeys, jackals, hyenas, hippos, warthogs, wild dogs, tortoises, puff adders, monitor lizards, and crocodiles.

Physical Geography

The Okavango Delta is known as "the river that never finds the sea" and is a 6,000 square mile maze of lagoons, channels, and islands. It sits in the midst of the Kalhan Sands and is Africa's largest and most beautiful oasis.