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.
We headed towards the Southern entrance gate of Chobe National Park to stay in Savuti Camp. This turned out to be quite a challenge but we made it. During our morning drive we saw the Savuti lion again. After two days in Savuti we headed to Khwai North Gate where we had our first flat tire. Read out full story..
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.
Chobe National Park consists of different nature ecosystems. One of them is Savuti. This area is known for lions, elephants and the Savuti Marsh.
Our first night in the bush was on the Ihaha campsite in Chobe National Park, Botswana. While preparing our dinner near our car we heard something…
We were camping in Khwai campsite when we heard some branches cracking. There were two bright green eyes looking at us. When we looked closer we saw a hyena…