Before we entered South Luangwa a herd of elephants crossed the road in front us. In the afternoon we saw ‘Ginger’ the lion with ten others. They were exhausted of the night before because they killed a buffalo.
The Chobe River runs through the Chobe National Park which therefore allows you to watch the park from the water. It was a great experience since we saw elephants swimming in the water right next to us. They were swimming to an island to eat the fresh grass. We then saw a herd of elephants coming down to drink.
Finally it was time to head to the bush for six nights. With a car full of food, water, firewood and a solar panel on the roof. We drove to our first stop being Mankwe where a herd of elephants came by. The next morning we drove to the Khwai Community area. We were visited by a lot of animals especially some elephants.
We slept at the Okavango River Lodge campsite in Maun. After we relaxed a bit from the 500 kilometers of potholes the day before we went to Maun the next day to stock up on supplies and arrange a couple of things. Read more about our shopping adventure.
Waking up everyday to the magnificent country that Namibia is. Here are all the morning photos we took in this dry country!
We arrived at a paradise campsite called Mobola Island Lodge. There is also a bar on the small island in the Okavango River. You need to cross one small bridge but then you’re rewarded with an ice cold red wine at sunset. What an amazing place!
In the north of Namibia you’ll find Damaraland. This is a desert area with rocky mountains. We started in Brandberg at The White Lady Lodge and continued our trip to Twyfelfontein in search of the desert elephants. We visited the rock engravings and the organ pipes.
Every morning we wake up in a different place. To remember all these places and moments I take a picture every morning. These are all the pictures taken in South Africa.