Category Archives: Botswana

Stanley’s Camp

From the Chobe National Park and Sevute Under Canvas, I flew Safari Air to Stanley’s Camp, a permanent camp just outside of the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta.  Stanley’s Camp is run by Sanctuary Retreats, and is a beautiful camp.  The … Continue reading

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Sevute Under Canvas

After leaving the Macatoo camp I spent three days and nights in a mobile tent camp in the Chobe National Park.  All transfers between camps in the delta are done by small aircraft.  In a jeep, 5 km can take you an hour … Continue reading

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Macatoo

The Macatoo horseback safari camp is just outside of the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta.  The flight from Maun (where I landed on Air Botswana coming from Johannesburg, S. Africa) to the Macatoo camp airstrip was about 35 minutes in a small single … Continue reading

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Thrills, Chills, and Mortal Danger: Just Another Day on Horseback in the Okavango Delta

At the African Horseback Safari camp, the day begins at 6 am with coffee and biscuits in your tent. At 630 we all meet at the main camp circle for breakfast, toast and coffee warmed over the open fire. At … Continue reading

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On the Road Again

I will be traveling again this upcoming Sunday.  A dream trip of mine is about to come about, a combination of my favorite activities;  horseback riding and African safari.  The Okavango Delta in Botswana is my travel destination.  I hope … Continue reading

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