Tag Archives: Chobe River

A Botswana Appetizer: Part 2

Well it is almost becoming a trend; if it is the end of September and Independence Weekend here in Bots there is a good chance to find Sue and I in Chobe National Park and more specifically close to the … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Botswana 2

Even though it is 250 km from Elephant Sands to Kasane, it mostly through wildlife areas and you have plenty of opportunity to see game as you head up north. We saw plenty of elephants and baboons; plus the threatened … Continue reading

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“Places visited”: Ihaha

I have now include Ihaha Camp in Chobe National Park in the section of our blog called “Places visited” to see it please visit https://ourbots.wordpress.com/botswana-travel/chobe-national-park-ihaha/

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Ultimate Botswana: The Chobe River – part 5

The Boat Trip If you are ever up on the Chobe River, a must do is the evening boat trip on the river. We always use Pangolin Photographic Safaris as they have by far the best boats out of all the companies. … Continue reading

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Ultimate Botswana: The Chobe River – part 4

What amazed me the most during this visit to the Chobe River was not only the amount of animals we saw but the massive herds, especially those of buffalo, elephant and zebra. I have also never seen so many Roan … Continue reading

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Ultimate Botswana: The Chobe River – part 3

We had made it all the way up from Maun to the Chobe River, staying at Dijara Camp near Moremi Game Reserve and in Savuti, it had been awesome. We had seen elephant every day, 2 lion sightings and lucky … Continue reading

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Ultimate Botswana: The Chobe River – part 2

Ihaha Campsite It was because of Ihaha that I put the whole trip together. Sue and I were staying in Kasane and during a game drive we discovered this camp right on the banks of the Chobe River, it was … Continue reading

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