Sanctuary Chief's Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Moremi Game Reserve
... bridge after a bit of a hiccup getting going. I was last at Third Bridge 22 years ago and things have changed, so am looking forward to seeing how things are! Henk was leading our convoy this morning when suddenly panic voices were heard over 2 way radio, a huge Elephant was standing in the middle of the road with a freshly pushed over tree right across the road, he was in no hurry to move an as the African law goes you sit tight and wait for him to move, luckily ...
... are apparently available for "self-drive" clients to rent from someone. Another log bridge called "Third Bridge" over another pool of the delta connected these cabins to an ablutions building. But the bridge was damaged and a large pool of water had gathered on our side of the bridge that would have to be forded before getting to the start of the bridge. Logs cut from Mopani trees (which somewhat resemble a U.S. walnut tree) were laying near the ...
... open area, we also saw Red Lechwe antelope which are aquatic and live near the water. While we were still in the Khawi Community Trust area, we could see a row a trees at the very back of the pan which Shadreck said was the Khawi River and the boundary between the Trust and the Moremi region. We found a very-large water monitor lizzard in the flat pan area sunning himself.
As we left the pan, we entered the Khawi Village. We waited for permission ...
... about 2 metres from the truck, had another long stare at us and then turned the other way - phew! I can tell you, there were a lot of raised heartbeats amongst us! Just after that we went to try to find a leopard that had been spotted earlier but to no avail so we carried on and it became the night of the rhinos. No more charging black ones but plenty of white rhinos wandering around or splashing in the ...
... rather than stay in the dorms at the University of Botswana, because I wanted to experience what day to day life in Botswana was like. I felt that living with a family could give me a greater appreciation for the culture, moreso than being in a dorm with other American students in the program.
Despite my choosing to live with a family, I was still really nervous the entire day before actually meeting my family. I had no idea how ...