Khoi Tribe of Botswana
The Khoi are of the same racial and linguistic group as the San, the Khoi (commonly known as Hottentos) are distinguished from their cousins by a generally more settled lifestyle, by their greater preoccupation with ownership of cattle - and by the precepts and social structures these elements have helped create. Their cattle-owning ancestors were probably living in northern Botswana just over two millenia ago. Later Khoi groups - the Nama - filtered in from Namibia in the west, most notably during the German's colonial wars of the early 1900s, many of them to settle around Bokspits in the extreme south-west, and in Matsheng in the northern Kgalagadi district.
Lodges and Camps in Botswana: Audi Camp - Camp Moremi -Camp Okuti - Camp Okavango - Chitabe Camp - Chobe Game Lodge - Chobe Marina Lodge - Deception Valley Lodge - Delta Safari Camp - Elephant Camp Victoria Falls - Footsteps Camp - Gunn's Camp - Kubu Safari Lodge - Kwara Camp Okavango Delta - Leroo-la-Tau - Little Mombo Camp - Mariolina's Victoria Falls - Mapula Lodge - Mombo Safari Camp - Motsentsela Tree Lodge - Nxabega Okavango Safari Camp - Pom Pom Camp - Sandibe Safari Lodge - Savute Safari Lodge - Savuti Camp - Tsaro Elephant Lodge - Xugana Lodge
Zimbabwe Destinations: Victoria Falls
Animals/Birds of Botswana: African Wild Dog - African Crocodile - African Elephant - Bat-Eared-Fox - Brown Hyena - Buffalo - Chameleon - Cheetah - Cormorant - Fish Eagle - Genet - Giraffe - Grey Lourie - Hartebeest - Hippo - Impala - Jackal - Kori Bustard - Kingfisher - Leopard - Lion - Oryx - Ostrich - Red Lechwe - Roan Antelope - Sable Antelope - Saddlebilled stork - Sitatunga - Slender Mongoose - Spotted Hyena - Springbok - Squirrel - Surikate - Warthog - Wildebeest - Zebra