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Botswana offers wildlife start-up stock to farmers to grow agro-tourism

02-18-2022

The Botswana government is offering wildlife start-up stock to local farmers to boost the country’s agro-tourism

Elephant hunting earns Botswana $2.7mln

12-15-2021

Botswana has more than doubled revenues from elephant hunting this year compared to what the country realised the last full hunting season seven years ago

Botswana goes virtual to promote tourism rattled by COVID-19

09-10-2021

Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO) has launched a virtual tour to promote the country’s tourism in response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

Botswana issues 287 permits to shoot elephants this year

04-21-2021

The government of Botswana has issued permits to kill 287 elephants by the end of the hunting season in September 2021

Botswana boosts citizens' participation in tourism sector

03-05-2021

Botswana has reserved 45 wilderness campsites for companies wholly-owned by its citizens in a bid to boost local participation in the tourism sector

Botswana will allow farmers to preserve wildlife for the development of ecotourism

06-02-2020

The government of Botswana has decided to allow farmers to preserve their pristine wildlife, and not engage in agriculture

Botswana auctions six permits to hunt elephants for $2.3 mln

02-10-2020

Botswana auctioned six licences last Friday to hunt 60 elephants for BWP25.7 million ($2.3 million)

Botswana auctions elephant hunting licences despite opposition

02-06-2020

Botswana is scheduled to hold its first major auction on February 7 for the right to hunt elephants since lifting a ban last May.

Botswana reserves some licences for local tourism operators

02-05-2020

Botswana has reserved some licences for citizen tourism operators in a bid to further enhance meaningful participation of locals in the sector

Poaching to decimate rhino population in Botswana in a year or two – report

01-29-2020

There are growing fears that the rhino population in Botswana will be completely decimated if poaching continues unabated in the southern African country