Sanctuary Chief's Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... was a pod of hippos. There was one young female putting on a show for us and making a load of noise. You could see a lot of young hippos as well. Newman, our guide, knows everything. He is from bushman tribe and has been guiding for some time. We saw: Loads of birds Three herds of elephants Wildebeest Giraffe Warthogs with babies Various antelope including the fastest and the smallest Hippo Mongoose Massive lizard Monkeys Crocodiles Loads of zebra ...
... hippos playing in the pool right by the camp. The support vehicle had gone ahead so everything was set up by the time we arrived. It is certainly not basic camping. There is a cook and two other helpers. Each tent has two stretchers with a mattress made into a bed, a bedside table and two wash up bowl things out front. The toilet was all ready dug and we even have warm showers from water heated on the fire. There is even a dining tent. Everything is done for us and we had ...
... taking their toll. christmas morning was taken up with playing cards, sleeping and swimming. Lunch was another three course meal and there s another game drive in the afternoon. It is not too hot driving around and by 4.30pm the temperature has dropped a little. On the game drive we could see lightening to the east but we did not get any rain. We were on the hunt again for leopard and rhino but once again nothing. The rains have ...
... than them). The fact that they immediately lent us rackets and welcomed us into their game once again proved to me how accepting and open people are in Maun. We headed back to BBL for a lunch of pap, sorghum meal, and meat stew. The meal was very traditional, and some of us are still not used to that type of food, yet as always it was cool to try new things and fully immerse ourselves in the culture. After lunch, we had some time to hang out with the kids. ...
... that was being eaten by hundreds of vultures. It was disgusting but fascinating at the same time. And the smell! Ugh!!! Word's can't describe.
Another highlight of the animal spotting over the weekend was watching a group of elephants swim and play in the water. The elephants literally laid down in the river and fully submerged their bodies under the water. Then they started wrestling and playing with each other. It was as if we were watching a group ...