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... Chobe Lodge, at a stopping spot and got out for a stretch and a cold beverage.
About 16:00 we arrived back at the border and went through the reverse process of leaving Botswana and reentering Zimbabwe. Again things went quickly on the Botswana side, where there was plenty of staff and there was a pile-up on the Zim side where there was only one person processing all the tourists trying to get back across.
We were tired by the time we got ...
... it was worth renting a poncho as you do get soaked. I didn't see how as the walkway on top if the gorge was pretty much as high as the river. I was very wrong. The spray was so immense it was impossible not to get drenched through! All the kids had waterproofs or ponchos, but us adults didn't. We had a lot more fun! And dried ...
Hello everyone, We have just returned from our R&R experiences in both Chobe and the Okuvango Delta. We were all incredibly excited for our first safari. As soon as we entered the National Park we had beautiful views of the Chobe River and even elephant in the distance. Turns out this would be the first of the many elephants we saw and took photos of. Apart from elephant we also saw all of the animals on our ...
... we didn't meet. So that was a two hour detour and it meant we arrived at the sanctuary after dark so no rhinos. TIA
the next day it was up early again and we drove to maun, the base for the delta activities. I was looking forward to come to maun as last time I was here I found cadburys choc with just fruit, unfortunately this time I had no such luck. We did a flight over the delta in a 4 seater plane just before the sunset. It was a nice flight but ...
... up and hiked down into the
gorge. I’d previously forgotten what a gorge was. They are mighty steep!
The rafting itself was what I believe to be mild (having
never previously done anything similar) and afforded us plenty of time to drift
easily and take in the enormity and sheer beauty of the gorge. We got the
opportunity to jump in and hang on to the raft through a small rapid which was
actually a good deal of fun. There are photos of ...