The River Club
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Flight day again. From Abu we fly north eastward for 2.5 hrs to Kasane, where we refuel and clear customs out of Botswana. It was against the sun, and I could barely stay awake the whole boring way! This had nothing to do with last nights party...I'm just saying!
We got a little delayed paying our nav and landing fees, but overall it was a …
... Off we go - we found him, lying under brush and trees. We were told he must have had a fresh kill that day as his tummy was very full. He is beautiful. He kissed at us a couple of times because the jeep got too close. On the way back we ran into a Cape buffalo herd and 2 Ostriches!!! We also saw giraffes and elephants. As we got back to camp and walked to our tent, a giraffe was in our back yard, later there were 3 Cape buffalo. We are told they are the elderly ones and come ...
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We had a tour of the falls arranged for 1500
We are glad we did. It costs $30 per person to get in the park to see the falls. If you leave and want to go back in, another $30 please.
We spent 2 hours with our guide. It was fabulous
Even with low water, it's impressive.
At high water flow you really cannot see much, too much mist. We could see the river below and the rock face. I think it was a good time to come here.
There are ...
Went for a walk to the
falls themselves. These falls are the third largest by volume with
upto 1 million litres a minute coming over the top and falling up to
100 metres. It is spectacular with rainbows everywhere. We think that
this month is definately the best month to go with not too much water
which allows you to actually see the falls. Even though you still get
wet in places. ...
... and hippo swimming in the river. The cruise provided free drinks and snacks. It was very pleasant with only nine passengers which was lovely. Welcomed on board by a group of Zimbabwian warriors. Tonight we are off to a Boma dinner which is a traditional African BBQ. The dinner was excellent and the entertainment was very good. They had us playing drums. Every person was given a drum to play. It was ...