andBeyond Savute Under Canvas

Address: Savute Region, Chobe National Park, Botswana | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Savute Region, Chobe National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Chobe National Park


      A travel blog entry by jamesfamily on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... mud hole, a few trumpeted at us we went past and others completely ignored us and carried on grazing. They are the most amazing animals and I never get tired of watching them. When we got back from the drive we sat around the camp fire for a bit. We walked down to near the channel to watch the hippos at sunset. One submerged and then all of a sudden surfaced about 3 metres from the shore and snorted. Well that was me and Frances out of there. Perhaps I ...

      Last day in Chobe

      A travel blog entry by charvet on Nov 04, 2014

      25 photos

      ... look much like Mom and Dad's coyotes to me. The dad had what looked like a bird in his mouth. It was very nice watching a family unit interacting. We also watched the baboon families. Several mothers were suckling their young. I know the baboons are horrible pests to people that live here, but they are very fun to watch. There have been several times when they have woke me up banging on the roof. You dare not leave anything outside, or you may find a ...

      Hippos, elephants crocodiles, oh my!

      A travel blog entry by travelrob on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment

      ... river is between the two countries. In the river is an important island for the animals. Many swim there to graze mostly safely from the lions. For years both countries claimed it as their own. Zambia for farming. Botswana for conservation. The issue eventually ended up at the International Court in the Netherlands. There a solution was found. The border between the two countries would be the deepest channel at high season. The measurement was done and the Namibian channel ...

      Botswana and the Caprivi Strip

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 28, 2014

      110 photos

      ... some of the group who had chosen to stay by the pool but it was starting to cool down and we had a pleasant trip. There were fewer birds around, at least at first, but we saw an enormous crocodile on the bank just by our lodge and later we saw the shape of two large elephants and heard them crashing through the reeds but were unable to get a good view of them. The guide also tempted a fish eagle out of the trees by tossing a fish into the water. None ...

      Chobe national Park

      A travel blog entry by rogersusieq on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... her tis better to wish you were charged by a hippo, than to be charged by one and wish you weren't! Got the blood flowing for a few seconds , the guide says he's a bit cheeky, He gave up when Lebo put the boat on full throttle. just an old male asserting his territory rights. Didn't want us getting near his ladies. Next day Susie was fine we got up at 5am to go for a game drive, We found an elephant and ...