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Jongomero (with essence of elephant poo)
A saddle-billed stork flew overhead, its long legs trailing behind, almost as an afterthought Our day on safari had begun.
What is a mokoro?
I didn’t know either! So, when on my recent trip to Botswana my guide suggested it, I thought I'd better give it a go! When most people are going on safari in Botswana, they think of the traditional 4x4 jeep game drives and boat cruises as a way of seeing the country and wildlife, but if you want to get an authentic and alternative experience on safari, then I would highly recommend a mokoro boat trip on the Okavango Delta.
Naboisho Camp: Hungry hyenas & long walks
“This is the best camp in the Masai Mara You’ll love it. ” That wasn't the welcome by one of the camp managers, Richard and Della, but the enthusiastic greeting of an American man heading for lunch with his family.