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Photographic River Cruise on The Chobe
"We cruise on The Chobe river every morning and afternoon in our custom built photo boats helping clients of all levels of photographic experience top get the most amazing photographs. If you don't have a big fancy camera don't worry as you will be supplied with one which is included in the price and the photo guide on-board will show you how to use it. At the end of the cruise you will be presente""Join a morning or afternoon photographic safari along The Chobe River on a photo boat. You will be supplied with a fantastic camera and telephoto lens and show you how to get some amazing pictures that you will treasure forever.title=Highlights&1=A+photography+tour+along+the+Chobe+River&2=Enjoy+the+complimentary+use+of+a+high-tech+camera+and+telephoto+lens&3=Travel+onboard+with+a+professional+photographer&4=Get+up+close+with+area+wildlife%2C+including+hippos+and+elephants&5=Snap""
From $120.00
 
Chobe Extended Day Trip from Victoria Falls
"This is a full-day game viewing safari in the Chobe National Park with a difference. Because you are picked up earlier this is the choicest time to encounter some of the big cats and nocturnal animals on the 1-hour drive to the border through the Zambezi National Park. You will be at the Chobe National Park`s gate slightly before 6:30am to start the day with half as they will still be active and hunting. The drive will continue until your break for lunch about noon.Lunch will be at the Chobe Safari Lodge (served buffet style) and after lunch you will have some time to relax before the afternoon boat cruise on the Chobe River. This is a 3-hour cruise starting in the afternoon and ending about sunset. The cruise affords a chance to encounter many types of birds and other wildlife as they visit and of course the African sunset from your boat on river.You will be at the Zimbabwe border around 7:00pm for the 45 mile (70km) transfer to your Victoria Falls hotel. Again this is a great time to see the cats of the Zambezi National Park
From $245.00
 
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
From $195.00

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Don't stray too far from ca,p!

While out walking you realise just how remote and wild this place is. When you stray a little farther and see the carcas of a wildebeest with hyena chewing happily, it hits home just how wild and...
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They will come into camp.....They are wild.

At times it was easy to forget that we were camping in the middle of wild Africa. During the heat of the day, when we were relaxing by the waters edge, playing cards and drinking beer, a herd of...
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Hippos - Anger management issues!!

As part of our camping experience we were treated to an evening mokoro cruise to catch the sunset and to see the animals come down to the water for a drink. A short way into this cruise we stumbled...
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260,000 people in Botswana living with HIV.

Botswana is one of the countries that has been hardest hit by the worldwide HIV epidemic. In 2004 there were an estimated 260,000 people in Botswana living with HIV. This, in a country with a total...
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Just remember who owns these plains 2.

At first light we walked out to the site of the kill and discovered 16 Hyena and 1 Jackal feeding and playing on the remains of the Wildebeest. As we moved closer they ran for the cover of the scrub...
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Just remember who owns these plains!

At 3.30am we were startled awake by the sound of lions roaring after they had made a kill. An unlucky wildebeest had been brought down and made a meal of by the local pride of lion before they in turn...
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They do sink!

When you are packing for your mokoro trip you will need to consider the possibility of disaster.It is a good idea to pack your backpack and your camera into plastic bags and seal them to prevent your...
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cerebral malaria!

be warned the whole chobe and okavango region is rife with malaria....so pack in those repellants, citronella candles and mosquito nets!!!if you like, prophalactics too, even though i would advise...
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K.Knight

"MAUN.....Gateway to the Okavango Delta."
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CatherineReichardt

"The Swamps at last!"
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tgirl007

"Maun "place of short reeds""
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kentishgirl

"Okavango Delta"
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Sininen

"ON MY WAY TO MAUN"
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