Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge
Travel Blogs from Madikwe Game Reserve
... this was one of my closest elephant sightings.
It was time to start going back, the small breeding herd had already been to the waterhole. There was not much seen at all, until we reached the airstrip. It was very busy here- giraffes, zebras, impalas and a few jackals running around. We were now nearly back at the lodge, our last chance of seeing animals would be at the wetlands/waterhole, but there were no animals here. ...
... what we wanted and off we went to the Mokolodi (or Molokai as Brecht called it:p ) game reserve. Located a bit out of Gaborone we arrived about 30min later. We entered the main gate and pulled over to check the reception. One of the young guys we met in Gabs earlier warned us it was nothing more than a high-class zoo and he was right. According to Lonely Planet the entrance was cheap, but oh noooooo.... firt off ll you had tobecome a memberof the ...
... we seem to be fairly sorted for the future. Someone estimated that we should be worth 25 cows since we are educated, we have travelled and also because we are foreign. A cow is worth roughly 5000 pula which is around €500 so at least I know that if the frightening word ‘unemployed’ comes along, I will still be able to pay off my Student Finance loan.
Lots of love from the peaceful and quiet Botswana,
... ve never met,
sleeping in their bed and using their bathroom. And this is exactly why I love
AIESEC, you meet this random people and even if they are only friends of people
who are in AIESEC you know you will connect with them and that everything will
Today we got a tour around Gaborone, the capital of
Botswana, which was very lovely. We went to the museum and saw a lot of stuffed
animals (can’t wait for real safari!) but also huts ...
... These antelopes are not very common in the park and it was nice to see them. On the way back we stopped at Vlei Pan. Here there were a crash of three White Rhinos and a small herd of Elephants enjoying the fresh water that is pumped into the pan.There is always something to see in ...