Okavango Delta Botswana
You may remember from your geography class that rivers, when they reach the sea, often diverge into several outlets creating something called a delta, as in the case of Ganges which flows into the Indian Ocean. The Okavango River, however, seems a bit stubborn and rather than flow west towards the Atlantic Ocean, it travels inland to end with a delta that provides water for the local flora. See dozens of African animal species which adapted to living on the edge of water and land: lions and other predators, antelopes and giraffes, all of them surrounded by the magic of the African sun. The nearby Chobi National Park is a great place for a dry land safari.