Geography in Botswana

Botswana is land locked country located in Southern Africa. The atmosphere is Semi-parched, with warm winters and scorching summers. Botswana is at risk for periodic droughts due to its landlocked status and limited fresh water resources. More than half of Botswana live in rural areas and work in agriculture, less than 1% of land is arable and crop production is further reduced by drought, erosion and diseases. 

It has been the world's biggest maker of diamond since the 1980s. It contains five mines opened somewhere in the range of 1970 and 2008. Botswana additionally has copper, nickel, and coal mines that give noteworthy pay. Although many would expect a landlocked nation like Botswana to battle without access to ports, Botswana has built up an exceptionally solid economy. From 1966 to 1999, Botswana has had the most amazing normal monetary development rate on the planet, averaging about 9% every year.

Agricultural business, Tourism, and Mining have framed the establishment of Botswana's noteworthy monetary past. Botswana has various national stops and game reserves, each with a payment of wild life and wetlands. They are significant vacation spots and contain lions, hyenas, cheetahs, panthers, wild canines, and elands.

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