Birds of Botswana

From December to March, Botswana is a birder's paradise. The country plays host to nearly 600 species of bird, although you would need to be an avid and experienced birder to see everything. That said, there is nothing like waking up next to the Chobe riverfront to the sounds and movement of hundreds of birds. … Continue reading Birds of Botswana

Botswana blog: days 10 & 11

We awoke in Namibia to a crisp and clear morning. The sky above Livingstone's camp was like a Bob Ross painting - happy clouds, purples, yellows and oranges penetrated the last remaining darkness. It was going to be a good day! **If you haven't been following along, be sure to check out my main page … Continue reading Botswana blog: days 10 & 11

Botswana blog: days 7-9

Chobe riverfront and a day in Namibia. Savuti is known as one of Chobe's most iconic and superb wildlife viewing areas. So it was with some reluctance that we got back on the 'road' with Buh-lah-key, our trusty 4x4, to head north. I forgot to mention something in the previous post, which I will briefly … Continue reading Botswana blog: days 7-9

Botswana Blog: 4×4 Honeymoon 1.0

I'm sitting in a rusty camp chair, my feet propped up on the back bumper of our trusty 4x4. To my left, a pair of banded mongooses roll and wrestle across the sand; to my right, a red-billed hornbill is calling out from his perch on the branch of a jackalberry tree. The mid-afternoon sun … Continue reading Botswana Blog: 4×4 Honeymoon 1.0