andBeyond Savute Under Canvas
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... the side of the trail. The hippos were making their way from the shore to the islands and water for the day and the lions were still eating a cape buffalo kill from the night before. We all crowded around in our 4 x 4's to try to get a picture of the lion’s face but good pictures were hard to come by and the lions were intent on eating instead of posing for us. We ...
... service in the bush. Bring on the warthogs and baboons to clean up the mess. After feeding we said goodbye to the elephants and moved on to Sylvester. And who is Sylvester you ask? Why he is only just the coolest trained cheetah in the world! The trainers taught us about Sylvester and how he became who he is now. He has become the ambassador for cheetahs and their preservation. He even has his own facebook page. We were all lucky enough to touch Sylvester and take photos ...
... foot and mouth
disease or whatever it is they’re afraid of, but there you have it.
The afternoon we settled in Botswana we were taken to the
Chobe River (this is a border between Botswana and Namibia, not far away, for
what proved to be my first real African wild animal experience. I was able to,
from a good range being in the ...
... and don't have that family feeling you have at the other smaller camps.
Their shedule is also different. Wake up call is at 5:00, coffee at 5:30 and game drive at 6:00 till 9:30. Then breakfast and a river cruise on the Chobe river at 10:30 till 12:30. Then lunch, siesta, tea and after that a game drive or boat cruise at 15:30 till 18:30.
Because we arrived at lunch ...
... up with some others who were making the trip. We were driven to the border between Zambia and Botswana. (This ferry transfer point is close to where the 4 borders of Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia meet.) Our driver escorted us through the process of exiting Zambia and then took us to a small boat that ferried us across the ...