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

Last day in Chobe

A travel blog entry by charvet on Nov 04, 2014

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... people have been brainwashed by propaganda from the government. Our speaker did admit that their education system was not good. Zimbabwe has the highest rate of educated people at 70%. Botswana's is dramatically lower. Botswana received independence without a fight. It was mostly because no one thought there was anything useful in the country. It is mostly desert. However, less than a year later they found diamonds. They found them because of termites. ...

50,0000 Elephants.......back to Safari!!!

A travel blog entry by charvet on Nov 02, 2014

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... Namibia, which we just came from. The young men are responsible for gathering the cattle in the evening. Two young men could not find two calves, so they began searching the fields...... while smoking. The fields caught fire. They burned the village, killing cows, goats, and burning all belongings. The villagers believe the two young men ran away to Botswana. A villager telling this story was very agitated. The Africans do not believe in banks. They put all their ...

Hippos, elephants crocodiles, oh my!

A travel blog entry by travelrob on Oct 27, 2014

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... our driver went into the customs office to process our exit.
From there we disembarked to take a speedboat across the Zambezi river to Botswana. The ferries could only take one or two trucks per ride. even though there are three ferries it is clear why the trucks are backed up. Our ride was fast and easy.
Botswana! Jansen was waiting for us on the other side in a van. We boarded and headed for customs. First though a health check. Heath officials boarded our bus and asked ...

Botswana and the Caprivi Strip

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 28, 2014

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... also some new species of antelopes and several interesting birds including the colourful lilac breasted roller, the national bird of Botswana.

We watched families of baboons playing by the river whilst Blessed cooked spaghetti bolognaise for us for lunch. The border crossing was very quiet. Each office was manned by three or four members of staff but only one seemed to be doing any work. The man at the Botswana immigration office was a bit of ...

Elephants on Parade

A travel blog entry by beckyblinkhorn on Aug 23, 2014

After two glorious weeks it was time to head out of Zimbabwe and into Botswana. Our first stop was Kasane, a nice small town which had also featured in a book I'd been reading so I was pretty excited to check it out. It was my turn to be part of cook group with Robyn and Ems which involves shopping for dinner, breakfast and lunch for the group. I'd shopped for big groups before so wasn't too worried but then that wasn't ...