The Okavango Delta in Botswana, where Freddie, Amy and Tanya have to survive, is one of the world’s largest inland water systems. As such it is home to a vast array of wildlife, including lions, crocodiles, elephants and many types of fish. It's these creatures that will constitute one of the main food sources for them, as well as whatever they manage to scavenge from the bush around them.
Find out more about the Okavango Delta in our Fact File below.
FACT 1: Botswana covers an area of 600,370 sq km, which means that it's slightly smaller than the US state of Texas and slightly larger than France.
FACT 2: Botswana shares a border with South Africa in the south and Namibia in the west and north.
FACT 3: The official language of Botswana is English and their national language is Setswana. Their currency is called the Pula and there's approximately 9 Pula to every one sterling pound.
FACT 4: The Kalahari Desert makes up around 70% of Botswana.
FACT 5: DELTA DAWN
The Okavango Delta in Botswana is the world's largest inland delta.
The Okavango Delta is also known as the jewel of the Kalahari.
It doesn't rain all that much in the Okavango Delta, in fact the delta gets less than half the rainfall than the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
It's the complex relationship of betwween local rainfall alongside the annual flood waters from Angola that determine the size of the Okavango Delta.
Not all of the 13,000km² Delta is flooded and at the driest time of the year it shrinks down to around about 6,000km².
The Okavango Delta is home to the most diverse animal populations in Botswana. You could spot hippos, giraffes, lechwe, antelopes, leopards and much much more. Find out more about the animals of the Okavango Delta here.
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