Sanctuary Chief's Camp

Chief's Island, Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Chief's Island, Moremi Game Reserve, is near Moremi Wildlife Reserve, Okavango River, Kubu Island, and Somarelang Tikologo (Environment Watch Botswana).
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    Travel Blogs from Moremi Game Reserve

    Botswana Day!

    A travel blog entry by mberti on Jul 01, 2014

    53 photos

    Today's entry is being brought to you from one of our most thoughtful volunteers ever. I am, of course, speaking about Leila. She is one of the hardest working, kind, supportive, and intelligent peer volunteers I have had the pleasure to work with. I hope you enjoy her entry.

    Leila..."Today was Bostwana's President’s Day, a national holiday, so all of the kids were off from school. We temporarily suspended our projects at BBL and spent the day engaging in ...

    A Weekend Safari with Wild Animals

    A travel blog entry by mberti on Jul 01, 2014

    33 photos

    ... To camp underneath them you have to constantly look out for the thorns that have fallen on the ground and pull the thorns out of your shoes when you accidentally step on them (which I did constantly.) You also have to watch out for the elephants that walk right into your campsite to eat the camel thorn tree pods. And when I say the elephants walk right into your campsite I mean…THE ELEPEHANTS WALK RIGHT INTO YOUR CAMPSITE! I can’t tell you how ...

    Almost lunch snack for a Lion!

    A travel blog entry by ashleysa on May 03, 2014

    31 photos

    ... was looking for a safe place to drag it to.

    He then started to play and roll around on his back just like a kitten. After that he got up jumped in such a small tree that I thought would never hold him. We were always looking in the big trees to spot Leopards but there he was hanging on for dear life in something you could hardly call a tree!


    The Bird Count Continues

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Jun 20, 2013

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    This morning the team met at our lodge at 7am to continue bird counting. They started the day by walking around the lodge. While they were doing this, I slept in- it was too cold to get up just to walk around the lodge.
    We left the lodge at about 8am. The guides had a route in mind. As we drove along we came across a crash of white rhinos - which are always special to see. Just off the main road it was reported on the ...

    Two Lions

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Apr 30, 2013

    1 photo

    This afternoon I went for a drive with Paul to the gate to pick up staff that were returning from leave. Soon after we left the lodge, we spotted two lions. It was a beautiful sight. They were walking through the dry bush, one behind the other with their mouths open. They did not look at us once, just continuing on. They then walked away into the bush and we lost visibility. Nothing else interesting was seen during our ...