Author Archives: 19dimensions

Sango Safari Camp

Landscapes Advertisements

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Sango Safari Camp

The Lodge The camp was built and is owned as a joint enterprise between the local San and a white couple living in Maun. The San are one of fourteen extant ancestral clusters from which all modern humans are derived. … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Sango Safari Camp

In the Jeep The “Sundowner” has become an essential part of life in parts of Botswana and South Africa, much as afternoon Tea is a part of British life. As the sun is setting, gin and tonics, with lime, are … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Sango Safari Camp

Wildlife Our jeep safaris were during the  four or so hours each morning between breakfast and lunch, and sometimes in the afternoon.  We did not set out with the expectation of seeing any particular animal in mind, other than a … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Chobe National Park

From Sango Camp we flew into Kasane airport, where Vasco, who would be our guide over the next three days,  met us and drove us to the lodge.  The lodge is in Kasane National Forest.  Oddballs had a total of … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Chobe National Park

African Storm To view wildlife Vasco drove us through both grassland and along the banks of the Chobe River.  On one of these excursions we were caught in a sudden downpour.  Pity the poor fellow who ventures out without a … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Chobe National Park

The River Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, and Zimbabwe all come together in this northeastern corner of Botswana.   Near the lodge, Botswana and Zambia form the northern and southern banks of  the Chobe River on its way to join the Zambezi River . … Continue reading

Posted in Adventure, Africa, Travel | Tagged , | Leave a comment