A Tiny Trunk to Remember

Out of the tall grass they emerged, with swaying gaits and thirsty upheld trunks. The arrival of these beautiful pachyderms was so in tune with the peaceful atmosphere and the calmness in my spirit that I almost felt like saying, ‘oh here you guys are, right on time’… At DumaTau...

Lioness Vs Wild Dogs in the Okavango

When lions and wild dogs meet it often ends badly for the much smaller carnivores and even big packs will do their best to get out of the way of lions. This time though the wild dogs decided to fight back! Guide OD from Chitabe camp was out with guests on an early morning safari...
Elephants viewed from Mokoros.

The Okavango Delta: A Sea of Land and a Land of Water

Head inland from the dry Kalahari Savanna, and you will find the glorious Okavango Delta. Called “a sea of land and a land of water,” the delta comprises 6,000 miles of waterways with verdant forests and palm-adorned islands surrounded by lily-filled glistening lagoons. Some...

Expand Your Jeep Horizons: Innovative methods to transport guests for game viewing

While the basic model for an African safari excursion incorporates joyfully bumping around in a jeep in order to reach your game-viewing destination, there are a few more creative and enjoyable methods you can choose from to ensure you have a memorable experience. Consider going...
The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency

Botswana in popular culture: A glimpse into the captivating setting of Alexander McCall Smith’s novel “The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency”

Literature aficionados should be familiar with Scottish author Alexander McCall Smith’s series of novels, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency. Part of this compelling book’s appeal is its captivatingly raw setting in Botswana’s capital Gaborone. The protagonist, Mma Precious...