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A Day in Maun
August 13, 2016 - Maun, Botswana
  Blog Day 10   August 13   We were woken at about 4.30 by the people in the camp site next door packing up and leaving.  We suspect they were ‘bilking’ as they arrived very late, set up on a corner of someone else’s camp site and then drove off at 5.   The others who were going on the Mokoro (a kind of dug-out canoe that is poled along by the ‘driver’) trip also had to be at the reception by 8 to get their transport to the edge of the Delta.  We had a bit of a lie in and then...
By Mary in Wandering Old Fogies

And on to Maun
August 12, 2016 - Maun, Botswana
  Blog Day 9   August 12   The road from Xhumaga to Maun is long and straight.  The countryside is semi-desert, barren and sandy and yet there are dwellings.  Goodness know what people do here to survive.  There is also all sorts of livestock wandering around and one has to be on the lookout for goats, especially which seem to bolt across the road when you least expect it.  The cattle seem to have a bit more road sense and will watch until there is a gap in the traffic before they...
By Mary in Wandering Old Fogies

Goodbye Namibia Hallo Botswana
April 28, 2011 - Maun, Botswana
The Caprivi Strip was a mass of swollen fast moving rivers, we camped along the Okavango, the Kwando and the Zambezi. Some lodges were smiling whilst other lodges closer to the river were flooded and had to refer their business upland. This was a time of slowing down, we had time to make up before meeting Karl and Petra (friends from Cape Town) in Maun, Botswana. From Popa Falls on the Okavango we moved onto Kongola and found the Kwando River Lodge. We had a game drive in Mudumu park, the...
By Alice in macsinafrica

Okavango Delta
May 21, 2010 - Maun, Botswana
We got safely back from the Okavango Delta, what an amazing experience! We both thoroughly enjoyeyed travelling around the islands on a canoe watching the wildlife and the birdlife. The camping was a great experience. The only scary point was when we got to within 10 metres of an Elephant, Rach hid behind me! The Delta was definitely the highlight of the trip so far. This afternoon we're going on a plane over the Delta which we both can't wait for!
By Paul in Paul @ Fuzzy Travel

May 19, 2010 - Maun, Botswana
We arrived in Botswana on Monday by crossing the Chobe river which has the only point in the world where four countries meet, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana. It immediately appeared poorer in Botswana to Zambia but I think that was because we'd been in the most touristy part of Zambia around Vic Falls. On Monday evening we went on a boat down the Chobe river which was one of the best wildlife viewing experiences that  I've had. We saw Elephants and Hippos in the river, Giraffe's...
By Paul in Paul @ Fuzzy Travel

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