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Chobe National Park 4X4 Day Safari and River Cruise
"After pickup from your hotel at 7:30am you will drive to Chobe National Park in Botswana. The drive is about 45 miles (70 kilometers) and will take about 1-hour long while passing through the Zambezi National Park. There is a good chance that you will be able to spot some wildlife even before arriving to Botswana. Upon arrival to the Zimbabwe - Botswana border there will be some simple immigration formalities to handle and then you will head straight to the Chobe River Jetty to embark on a 3-hour Chobe River game cruise. Your safari typically starts with the river cruise into the park with an opportunity to see a host of waders and water birds along with the ever present crocodiles and lurking hippos. Chobe is renowned for scores of large herbivores making their way down to the river to drink - most notably African buffalo and elephan Puku and Lechwe are often seen and on the banks kudu impala and water buck are common. Complimentary soft drinks will be served on the boat
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Chobe Day Trip From Victoria Falls
"The Chobe day trip sets off early morning from Victoria Falls 7 or 7:30 am depending on your pick up location and will head to the Chobe National Park in Botswana. You will be transferred by vehicle approximately 43 miles to the Kazungula border between Zimbabwe and Botswana where your Botswana Guide will meet you. Once you are through the border post you wi you will be taken back to the Kazungula border where you will be met by your Zimbabwean guide for your return transfer to Victoria Falls arriving at approximately 6:30 pm."""Chobe day trip from Victoria Falls. Experience the game on the Chobe river by the boat and the game drive in the park.title=Highlights&1=%3Cp%3EChobe+Day+Trip+From+Victoria+Falls%3C%2Fp%3E&2=%3Cp%3ETravel+by+land+and+water%3C%2Fp%3E&3=%3Cp%3EGet+an+up-close+look+at+Africa%E2%80%99s+Big+Five%3C%2Fp%3E&4=%3Cp%3EEarly+morning+departure+ensures+maximum+time+in+the+park%3C%2F
From $170.00
 
Zambezi River Sunset Cruise from Victoria Falls
"Enjoy a complimentary hotel pickup and transfer from your hotel in Victoria Falls to the boat jetty. Board the boat with a refreshment before you depart for your cruise. Departing from the jetty you'll first cruise downstream towards the Victoria Falls to take in the stunning views of the spray from the falls. Thereafter you will cruise upstream to watch the sun set into the Zambezi River. You will be treated to delicious complimentary snack and"""A Victoria Falls sunset cruise on the Zambezi River is a must do activity when on safari in Victoria Falls Zimbabwe. Celebrate the setting African Sun as you cruise the Zambezi River in luxury. First you will cruise downstream towards the Victoria Falls. From here you will be able to see the spray of the Victoria Falls. You will then cruise upstream to catch title=Highlights&1=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included&2=Snacks+and+Beverages+included&3=Family+friendly""
From $55.00

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Sunset mokoro cruise - 2.

A short way into this cruise we stumbled across a group of hippos that were less than impressed with us traversing their little patch of paradise! We had an uneasy feeling when our polers and guides...
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K.Knight
Dec 25, 2004

Sunset mokoro cruise

In the evening you have a chance to go on a sunset mokoro cruise. This is a peaceful experience and gives you the chance to see all types of animals as they come down to the waters edge for an evening...
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K.Knight
Dec 25, 2004

Okavango Delta - Mokoro ride 4.

Mokoros are the dugout canoes that are regularly used by the local people to move from place to place. These mokoro polers stand silently on the stern and two people sit on the floor of the mokoro,...
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004

Okavango Delta - Game viewing - 9.

Giraffe live in isolated herds and they seem to enjoy living with the zebra and the wildebeest. Just about every time we spotted these beautiful creatures we saw a herd of wildebeest or zebra near by....
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004

Okavango Delta - Game viewing - 8.

A well plumed 3m tall male Ostrich decides to take a stroll past us. The male is striking in appearance with their black body and tufts of white, while the unfortunate females are coated in...
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004

Okavango Delta - Game viewing - 7.

Driving out of the delta we came across a large flock of White backed Vulture that were being very patient and waiting for their turn to have a go at a carcus of some poor animal that had met its end...
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004
 
 
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Okavango Delta - Game viewing - 3.

It seems that wherever you turn and look in southern Africa, you will come across a herd of Zebra. Over a 21 day period we began to hear "Oh look, a Zebra" and by the 21st day we heard "Another bloody...
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004

Okavango Delta - Mokoro ride 3.

No mokoro ride or mokoro camping safari can happen without the help and knowledge of the local people. On arrival we were met by a local guide who chose us. We were asked for our bags, which were...
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004

Okavango Delta - Mokoro ride 2.

It is so peaceful as the mokoro moves quietly through shallow water and the only noise you can hear is the sound of the water as it drips from the boatmans pole while you move through the narrow...
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K.Knight
Nov 06, 2004

Okavango Delta - Game viewing - 2.

Walking safaris were an integral part of our stay. Early morning and late afternoon game walks were conducted with six people per group and two guides who seemed to know every blade of dried up grass...
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K.Knight
Nov 05, 2004

Okavango Delta - Game viewing.

The delta environment has large numbers of animal populations that are otherwise rare, such as crocodile, red lechwe, sitatunga, elephant, wild dogs, buffalo, wattled crane as well as the other more...
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K.Knight
Nov 05, 2004

Okavango Delta - Camping

The Okavango Delta is one of the world’s largest inland water systems. It's headwaters start in Angola’s western highlands, with numerous tributaries joining to form the Cubango river, which then...
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K.Knight
Nov 05, 2004

Okavango Delta - Mokoro ride.

An almost mandatory activity is visiting the Okavango Delta and having a ride in a mokoro. The mokoro is a dug-out canoe made from a large straight tree such as a sausage tree or an ebony tree. It is...
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K.Knight
Nov 05, 2004

Tortoise!

This isnt a tip really, its just a piccie of this huge African Tortoise we came across whilst here - isnt it amazing?!
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kentishgirl
Feb 09, 2007

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"MAUN.....Gateway to the Okavango Delta."
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"The Swamps at last!"
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"Maun "place of short reeds""
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"Okavango Delta"
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"ON MY WAY TO MAUN"
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