Belmond Eagle Island Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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We met " Two" our boatman. People have wonderful names here - " Knowledge" - The tourist information office. "Progress" - the delightful reservations trainee at Vic Falls Rest Camp.
"Parks" our Moremi tour guide & " Space" - the security night watchman at Audi Camp. :)
The Delta is a wonder & a haven for all sorts of hidden treasures. We ...
... all sites on top of each other with little shade or privacy and ablutions had to be reached by car. Now we all know how impulsive COPK can be but I have never seen my husband make up his mind so quickly, without a second thought he did a U turn and headed straight out the gate and changed course on the GPS. In agreement again, the cancerians headed to 3rd Bridge in Moremi and AGAIN our itinerary was out of date. Just ...
... of elephant dung, all of which we dodge as we decelerate in the landing roll. I taxi to the end, pull off the runway to wait until Reg lands, but I pull off too far and my right wheel sinks in the sand. I'm stuck...what a moron! Our ranger/guide drives over and tells us to park on the opposite end of the runway where there are tie-downs, but is kind enough to help push my plane out to harder ground. With the planes all put ...
... been about a 5 km walk. They were extremely appreciative and so we all joined in singing their "Beautiful Africa" song. We all laughed together and it made such an awesome ending to our delta adventure. We arrived back at Delta Rain camp site in the early afternoon and spent the afternoon doing a major wash of the putridly dirty delta clothes and then a very relaxing time at the camp ...
... it somewhat of a challenge for a (budget conscious) independent traveler to plan a visit. Moremi Game Reserve (the only part of the delta that is protected) and the inner delta are difficult to get to and most accessible by charter flights. Besides the few exclusive lodges that operate in this area have truly jaw-dropping prices. The part of the delta closer to the eastern fringe is far more accessible and trips are cheaper and easier to arrange from ...