OKAVANGO SWAMP

OKAVANGO SWAMP

The Okavango is a unique ecosystem of papyrus-lined waterways, knee-deep floodplains, water-lily lagoons, shady forest glades and rich savannah grasslands. All this abundance lies in the middle of the largest continuous stretch of sand in the world – the Kalahari Desert Basin. Seen from space as an emerald swirl surrounded by a … Read more

MANA POOLS NATIONAL PARK

MANA POOLS NATIONAL PARK

Located in northern Zimbabwe, Mana Pools National Park is a national park and wildlife conservation area that covers an area of 219,600 hectares. The Mana Pools National Park is known for creating a broad network of lakes after each rainy season since it is located in the lower Zambezi River region. As … Read more

MOREMI GAME RESERVE

MOREMI GAME RESERVE

The Moremi Game Reserve serves a different purpose as compared to other wildlife sanctuaries. Built, in 1963, the Moremi Game Reserve aimed at protecting important habitats in the eastern Okavango Delta. Located in Botswana, it was named after the Chief of BaTawana tribe, Chief Moremi. This reflects the fact that Moremi was … Read more

MATOBO NATIONAL PARK

MATOBO NATIONAL PARK

  The extraordinary Matobo hills are full of hidden caves, sacred places and Bushman paintings. Archaeological digs have found artefacts over 35,000 years old. Today the hills are the spiritual home of the Matabele people and a visit to a local village will bring you up to date with present day tribal … Read more

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY

Wildlife Photography

Africa is a nature photographers dream. Everywhere you turn there is a picture ready to be created. The magnificent wildlife, spectacular birds, endless landscapes and vivid sunsets make you feel like this is where you belong. Also, there are the colorful tribal people who have been living in cooperation with nature since time immemorial. Soon you will be … Read more

SAVUTI CHANNEL

SAVUTI CHANNEL

  Recognised as a prime game viewing area, the Savuti (also spelt Savute), covers almost 1,930 sq. miles (5,000 square km) in the south west of Chobe National Park. The western edge of Savuti is encircled by the Magwikhwe sand ridge, 156 miles (100km) long and 65 feet (20 metres) high, which … Read more