Crocodile Camp

Address: Main Road to Moremi, Maun, Botswana | 2 star lodge
 
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This 2 star lodge, located on Main Road to Moremi, Maun, is near Okavango Delta, Tsodilo Hills, and Katavi National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Maun

    Third Bridge Moremi National Park

    A travel blog entry by pamalick on Jul 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... later, which was not to happen as suddenly a herd of Elephant and calves came wondering into our camp and the 4 of us had to run and hide behind a tree, the Elephants merely proceeded to walk around Henk's car not knocking anything off their table, they then came over our tent ropes and amongst our tables and chairs as sleek and gentle for such huge animals. The Mom was digging a sandpit where Bruwer was to park as she was pulling out grass and ...

    Into the delta

    A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Jul 07, 2015

    ... Some people tried their hand at poling which was similar to punting and only one person fell in. The inhabitants here are no longer able to hunt the animals as it is a national park so they either have to move to the town or make a living from tourism.We bought some handicrafts that they actually made themselves. Sydney, our guide for our tour ,made us a big salad for lunch which made a change from the western style fast food we ...

    Shindi Day 3..and to Maun

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 28, 2015

    5 photos

    ... through the delta on one of Shindi Camp's metal boats with an outboard motor (not the mokoros). We were enamored with the shades of green with the bulrushes, pampas grasses, and papyrus reeds. Bee drove the boat. He showed us where the elephants had been grazing right to the water's edge on the bulrushes. Looked like someone was using a lawnmower in selected spots. We got a bit lost in the water "paths" through the tall papyrus. Papyrus has quite ...

    Craziest drive of my life

    A travel blog entry by tpuckett on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... way we came a week ago towards Kazungula, the border by the four corners. It was an easy passage and soon we came to the Chobe entrance and then after about 50km, we passed the exit which confused me at first, but I could see it on the map. At the exit, I stopped to sign out and met a guide. I asked him about my trip plan and he looked at my car and said it would work and I could follow him to Savuti, what I thought to be a town half way to Maun. Sounded great. I still could not ...

    Brrrrr, who'da thunk in Africa

    A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on Jun 16, 2015

    4 photos

    ... that.

    After another wonderful breakfast prepared by Ramsen we set off for our next stop, Maun, the capital of Botswana. Along the way we passed one of the villages that was set up for the resettlement of the Sans people. It appears they continue to live a very hard life without the freedom to continue to live their nomadic, unconfined life. Reminiscent of the way our own indigenous people have been ...