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Central Kalahari

A memorable sense of Wild Africa

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The pack were laid up for the day and our arrival, to set up camp, caused inquisitive heads to pop up all over.

Cool drink in hand, our elated guests relaxed and watched as more dogs joined. Greetings and grooming where exchanged as the pack woke to prepare for the hunt.

With the sun touching the tree tops, the dogs set off with us in the vehicles close behind. We followed them on their hunt until darkness made it impossible.


Traveling to these remote places in Southern Africa is by far the best experience one can have... no shops, TV, people or fences. Here things have not changed for thousands of years.


Every thing has to be carried in, water, food, fuel, camping equipment. So, one might as well do it in style while keeping a watchfull eye not to become part of the food chain!

Posted by AfriFriend 04:46 Archived in Botswana Tagged ecotourism

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I leave for Botswana in less than 4 weeks. A life's dream. This entry has made me frantic to want to be there now. thanks.

by pator

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