In the vast expanse of the great Makgadikgadi salt pans in the northern Kalahari, lies a granite crag known as Kubu Island. Its slopes are rich with pebbles and fossils, evidence that a prehistoric lake once covered this region. Crowned with gigantic baobab trees and mysterious ruins, Kubu is a mystifying place. Avid traveller and our man on the ground, Anthon Botha, goes exploring.

 

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