Sanctuary Chief's Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... so many Honey Badgers as this trip. The roads are all very windy, and dead ends and very swampy. We sat at a hippo pool for quiet awhile just blissfully taking in our surroundings watching White Faced Ducks being chased by a Fish Eagle, the Black Winged Stilts, the Darter sunning himself and the Grey Heron giving chase after the Fish Eagle and ducks. As we were leaving this little piece of heaven we saw a Secretary ...
... was a slow day. No one in the park saw them that day. We stopped twice for food and our guide set up breakfast then later lunch. We were home by 6:00 and it was a great day.
After that we sat around the fire and the boys got into playing pool with some of the locals there. In the bed by 9:00 because we had another early start for a mokoro safari in the morning and we had to be packed out of there before we left.
... a little with the Mopani tree but finished off in fine style and even got the "bonus" question right (when Shadreck asked her to identify a "Sausage Tree"..teacher's pet.) Way to go, Dr. Rickly! As a 2015 Africa Junior Arborist badge holder, she won the honor of being first in line at Pula's dinner.
On the way back to camp, we came around a tall bush to encounter a good size elephant in the road. Shadreck stopped maybe 6 meters from him. He ...
... temperature when building a nest for its eggs.
Much of this area is prone to flooding. Shadreck mentioned that the Okavango Delta is on a 60m slope. The distance from Angola to Maun is about 1500km which comprises most of the linear distance of the delta. At this time of the year, the delta is a collection of pools of water and "islands" created from the lack of water. We are hearing the "rhythm section" of frogs at this campsite tonight like ...
... 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 ...