John Chase Safaris

Address: Nxai Pan National Park, Maun, 00000, Botswana | Campground
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This campground, located on Nxai Pan National Park, Maun, is near Okavango Delta, Tsodilo Hills, and Katavi National Park.
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Day 67-69 Okavango Delta.

A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Dec 08, 2014

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... pads and flowers, it really was beautiful! We were told that the polers- our guides would search out a camp site for us in one of the many islands. We arrived and our guides started to make a cleaning under the trees so we could put up our tents. In this areas was lots of broken branches and poo which we were told belonged to hippos and elephants, prime spot as its in the shade. Fantastic up close and personal , but nothing to stop them coming unto camp and sitting ...

Jongens, meisjes aan de kant

A travel blog entry by evy_duville on Nov 21, 2014


... with an amazing view, but people were waiting to hear his stories, so not a lot of time to enjoy that. It turned out to be a hilarious evening, with dancing, moonwalking, drinking shots and Ome Hankie putting some nice music... Saturdaymorning came way too fast, but we decided to have another amazing ride to the small village of Franschhoek where we had a delicious breakfast .
In the evening we went dancing to an Angolan bar, but it was not my piece of cake, ...

Deception Valley

A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Nov 17, 2014

... cubs really even took much notice of us. The two 'auntie' lionesses were more interested in a herd of springbok that were meandering by, and we were really hoping to see an attack, but no such luck. It was the middle of the day, it was super hot, and the springbok were too far away for the lionesses to want to even attempt the hunt. Lions attack from really close in a sudden burst of claws and teeth, and there weren't any tall grasses for them to stalk ...

Flight over the delta

A travel blog entry by hannahriddoch on Oct 29, 2014

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Another highlight of the trip today as we took a flight over the Okavango delta. After a nervous take off for Becky and myself we flew over the delta for 45 minutes and had a Birdseye view of the animals. We saw giraffe, zebra, loads of hippos and buffalo. It was great to really get a picture of how big the delta is and how densely populated with animals it ...

Duba Plains Camp

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 20, 2014

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... prides attacking the full grown buffalos, due to their ability to use the ample water to separate a buffalo from the herd.
We arrived, checked into the 6 tented camp, took quick showers and headed out on our afternoon game drive. Unfortunately, we seem to have arrived a day late here, as early this morning the small pride of lions (only 2 of them) have killed a baby and a full grown buffalo. So, we missed the kills, but had the opportunity to ...