The Okavango Polers Trust runs MbiRoBa, a community-based camp in northern Botswana.
Part of traveling responsibly is gaining insight into how the community is affected by visitors. The townspeople of a remote region in Botswana have created a significant organization to support over 500 of their inhabitants. The Okavango Polers Trust creates jobs for villagers and teaches them about tourism. By guiding boat trips, selling crafts and maintaining the grounds, the members of this organization are able to share in the proceeds of their camp. Continue reading “Okavango River Delta Sustainable Tourism”