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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Jewel of Africa
<p>Our 6 days in the Okavango Delta with Okavango River Safaris was one of the high-lights of my life!&nbsp; We have lived in and travelled Southern Africa for 50 years and rate Okavango River Safaris owned and run by Jacques Conradie as...

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