We spent nearly a week in Botswana, in two locales: Chobe National Park (near the Zimbabwe and Zambia border), and the Okavango Delta in the northwest. They had rather different terrain and somewhat different assortments of animal life, as you can see in the photo albums and videos below, and as you can read about in Rich's travel journal.
|Chobe National Park. We stayed at the Kwalape Safari Lodge, just outside the border of the park.|
|Okavango Delta. The delta and flood plain of the Okavango river that flows southeast from Angola.|
|African dancers, our last night at Kwalape Safari lodge in Chobe||A panorama of the terrain in Chobe|
|Lions stalking an elephant in Chobe||Okavango Delta: our arrival at the Khwai Discover Lodge, and the local landscape|
|Animal life by the riverside in Chobe||Okavango Delta wildlife|