Chobe National Park (1st day)

Did I mention we are staying at Baobab Camp? Booked through OAT, the actual operating organization is wilderness ( based in South Africa, traded on the London stock exchange and with a German major stockholder. Go figure.

Anyway, Both the camp & Chobe are located on the Botswana/Namibia border. Breakfast was early and we were loaded and ready to safari by 0630.

What we saw: Impala, elephants, giraffe, kudu, water bucks. Oh, and lions.

Then there were the birds: fisher eagle, plover, doves, ibis, cranes, rollers, Guinea hens, datil, jicama, kestrel, talway eagle, euro fuller, ama falcon, heron, hornbills.

I have pictures but no bandwidth at present to upload them so sorry to make you wait.

The guides are great, food excellent and my mosquito repellent is working!

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