Tailor made travel: Botswana safari's are 'ideal', while the food is 'perfect'
Couples looking for tailor made travel ideas may wish to try Botswana, especially the country's "ideal safari camps".
That is according to Liz Vercoe, who wrote about a holiday she took to the southern African country in The Daily Telegraph's travel supplement.
She writes: "Roughly the size of France, this flat, landlocked country has a population of just two million people and, thanks to the inland Okavanga Delta, an abundance of game that is relatively undisturbed."
Another piece of advice which Ms Vercoe proffered was for people on safaris to take choose a well-experienced guide.
"The guides' skills, learnt from parents and grandparents, soon resulted in us finding a concealed pride of lions, camouflaged shy water buck and matriarchal elephants protecting an infant," she wrote.
Ms Vercoe's final experience of the holiday was eating seswa and pap, a local dish made of "hot shredded beef served with a white maize porridge, and a side dish of spiced spinach and beans", which she called "perfect".