Kaziikini Campsite

Address: Chobe Rd, Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana | Campground
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This campground, located on Chobe Rd, Moremi Game Reserve, is near Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Okavango River, Kubu Island, and Somarelang Tikologo (Environment Watch Botswana).
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    Travel Blogs from Moremi Game Reserve

    From GHANZI, to Maun, the Moremi to South Gate

    A travel blog entry by pamalick on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... guys got the fires going while us girls did washing and got food prepped. Tonight while sitting around the braai we were visited by the resident honey badger who was unperturbed by U.S. And came right to the fire, Bruwer pelted him with the catty and that seemed to keep him at bay, however no sooner then we got the badger under control the resident hyena paid us a visit, and a pretty big hyena he was too. Needless to say we heard him calling throughout the ...

    Moremi Day 2

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 25, 2015

    6 photos

    ... all. Other than coming across some White Pelicans relaxing in one of the many water pools, we found a spot on the eastern bank of a moderately-large water pool that had some hippos in it to have our final round of sundowners (white wine for me, please..) and watch the sunset.

    Did I mention we now have a member of our safari group that has earned her 2015 Africa Junior Arborist badge (should we ever create one)? As Becky has been riding shotgun ...

    Khwai Day 4 to Moremi

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 24, 2015

    9 photos

    ... s belly and enjoying simultaneous transportation and 'refreshment'.

    The termite mounds in this area seemed to be some of the largest we've seen. Shadreck told us that the three 'keystone' species essential to the African ecology were elephants (which change the vegetation, sometimes via the destruction they do, such that many other animal and plant species are affected), hippos, and termites. The recycling of grass and wood material by the termites ...

    Rhinos, elephants and tracking the elusive leopard

    A travel blog entry by noblesontour on Dec 21, 2014

    13 photos

    ... we even saw two mating which was quite something. Back home we had another delicious supper, a chat with all the other guests where we compared notes on each other's sightings and then off to bed. This morning's ride was also good but we didn't see quite so much. We saw leopard prints again so tried to find him but with no luck. However, there were plenty of elephants, giraffe and zebra around and then we saw ...

    Cats & Dogs

    A travel blog entry by regina.hart on Jun 23, 2014

    206 photos

    ... photos will speak for themselves. Our day-long game drive in Moremi was exceptional. We departed camp early and traveled toward Moremi Game Reserve. Not far outside of its boundaries, we encountered eight wild dogs snoozing, five on the left side of the road and three on the right. They were completely unperturbed by our presence as we leaned out of the vehicle, no more than 10' from them. We were so close that I could smell their ...