Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge
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Pünktlich um 11.15 werden wir im Hotel abgeholt und in den Chobe Nationalpark gefahren. Dort steigen wir in der Chobe Elephant Lodge ab. Die Reise führt über verwirrende Grenzübergänge und die Zahl der anwesenden Zöllner wird nur durch die Anzahl an verteilten Stempeln übertroffen. Zwei trottlige Italiener üben im Selbstversuch, eine Reise durch …
Another night of lions roaring and hippos grunting. The sunrise this morning was second to none. The sky was brilliant red and pink and the silhouette against it a very african scene.
Last night on our sunset cruise, we encountered a family of elephant that had come down to the waters edge to drink. The river was serene, the sky full of sunset colours and this big bull elephant, with his ears out wide and trunk high in the air, gestured for ...
In Victoria Falls, we said goodbye to the crew and group we had spent the past two weeks with. Some came with us to Cape Town, for some it was end of the road and time to fly home and the carried on to Johannesburg.
With some old and new friends, a new truck and new crew, we headed down to Cape Town.
Our first stop, was back to Chobe National Park in Botswana (yes another border crossing!). Our experience in the wild ...
We arrived at our camp in Kasane (Thebe River), just outside Chobe National Park just before lunch. The sun was shining and we had a jam packed afternoon ahead of us. After a quick lunch, we headed to the banks of the Chobe River for one of our favourite excursions on this trip so far……the Chobe River cruise.
A bit about Chobe….the Chobe River forms a border between Botswana, Namibia and Zambia and is the main ...
... well actually they are keeping me awake. There is one across the channel making all sorts of noises and at least one that sounds as though it is grazing and snuffling right outside the tent. I can actually hear the grass breaking. The only reassuring thing is that the guys are still just chatting in their low tones doing dishes and packing stuff away. Anyway, i must try and get some sleep as we have a big day ahead of us tomorrow. We are heading off to Victoria ...