Magkadigkadi Camp

PO BOX 22039, Maun, Botswana | Hotel
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Maun, Botswana

A travel blog entry by chipbutty


Today we had a lie in, a 6.30am get up!!!!
We were soon on the road, travelling for about 4 hours to Maun.

We drove to the airport to take a scenic flight over the Okavango delta.

Flying at 500ft in a 6 seater the Cessna, the views were great.
We were able to see Elephants, Water Buffalo and lots of other animals, although the ...

There's only one way of life...

A travel blog entry by evy_duville


... by the sea, the mountains and a nice walking park where I went hiking on my last day. The last evening we had a big storm, for one moment I thought we would be blown away from the African map, so you can imagine my relief when I woke up safe and sound in my own bed.

After Wilderness I left for Cape Agalhus, the most southern point of Africa and thus the most southern tip of my trip, the place where 2 oceans meet. Another very nice backpackers place where I met some ...

Okavango Delta

A travel blog entry by sarah85


... Wako took us down to the water away from the camp fire to see the stars- they're so clear here! One of the English girls had never seen the milky way til now. I was just about to head to bed when we heard two hippos fighting- it sounded like they were a metre from camp, they were so loud! We went down to the water with flashlights but couldn't spot them so instead just stood in the dark and listened to them. ...

Etosha and Okavango Delta

A travel blog entry by mattgottwald


... heading into the Okavanga delta for 2 nights. This has been really cool from start to finish! It started with a 45 minute speed boat journey up the river to a local village. Here we transferred all our ger into several 'mokoros' which are very shallow canoes. From here we were poled by locals an hour and a half through reeds and the delta to an island where we made a wild camp. No shower, no toilet, no fence... Was fun! It seems crazy but this huge mass of ...

Okavango Delta - Savuti Camp

A travel blog entry by chrisnicolehall


... feeding on their prize. The elephant would sustain them for up to four days. As we move on to our camp, we pass dozens and dozens of elephants so of course one kill will not affect them but we are told they will collect around the skeleton when everyone is done to mourn. We camp within 500m of a waterhole and so can see elephants as we have supper and can hear both elephants and lions from our tents overnight - well some of us do ...


This hotel, located on PO BOX 22039, Maun, is near Tsodilo Hills and Katavi National Park.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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