Okavango is a big deal

<p>Okavango river is a major river in that it flows to the Delta that creates flooding in March and June to feed the water starved wildlife of these huge reserves in Botswana and Namibia.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Reaching the mouth of the Okavango in the North, we took a Mokoro boat (traditional dug-out canoe )ride to a lower down in the panhandle of the Delta. We enjoyed the tranquility of the river. And birdlife is prolific: egrets, Saddle-billed Stork, cranes, Scarlet-crested sunbirds to name a few. Although we did not see much game, the boat ride was peaceful and zen like.</p>

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My wife and I and another 2 couples spent 4 nights at Machaba. Can't express adequately how much we enjoyed it. From host Ponche to our incredible guide BT, every member of staff we came across was great. The location on the banks of the Khwai...

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By Air

Air Botswana, Botswana’s national and only airline, provides international flights between Gaborone and Johannesburg, Gaborone and Harare, Maun and Johannesburg, Kasane and Johannesburg and Francistown and Johann