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

    ... with the BBL kids.

    At 7:45 we headed off towards Bana Ba Letsatsi. There, we had some time to hang out and play with the kids while waiting for transportation to take us to the Maun Sports Complex, where the games would take place. When we all finally got there (transporting 60 BBL kids and 20 Leadership Exchange kids is no small feat!), we convened on the large soccer field at the center of the complex. There, we split up into 2 groups for the first round ...

    A Weekend Safari with Wild Animals

    A travel blog entry by mberti on Jul 01, 2014

    33 photos

    ... is to stand fifty feet away from an African elephant and watch it eat. To get the pods off of the tree, the elephants shake the trees either by pushing their heads against the tree trunk or by wrapping their trunks around the trees and shaking them. They have to shake the trees because elephants cannot reach the top of the trees where the pods are.

    Our first full day of safari started bright and early the following morning at 6am. We bundled up into our ...

    Almost lunch snack for a Lion!

    A travel blog entry by ashleysa on May 03, 2014

    31 photos

    ... br>

    On our way back to the camp, we came across a herd of Elephants with very young ones which were very playful. The more the mother wanted to hid the little one the more the little one ran around and wanted to play. So cute to watch, but it was getting dark and we had to get back to camp.

    Back at the camp we had a lovely dinner with an Amarula creme brulee desert and choir music from the ...

    Lots of Special Creatures

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Feb 17, 2014

    15 photos

    ... who existence is threatened by human greed.

    The rhinos were only a few metres or so from the road and were more than happy to continue eating grass as we watched them. They slowly moved along the road and we drove behind them. Then the one with its behind facing us started to move backwards, slowly getting closer to our ...

    Looking for Birds

    A travel blog entry by jcastellan on Jun 19, 2013

    14 photos

    ... Jackals together. For me this was an unusual site, as I have only seen jackals on their own and not in packs.
    Back on the main road, we drove very slowly, as the rest of the team were spotting many birds in the sickle bushes. In front of us there was a Lilac Breasted Roller with something in its mouth- through our binoculars we saw that it was a scorpion. It was trying to kill it by hitting it on the ground. Finally it killed it and ...