These flat bottomed, dug out canoes are a different way to see the Okavango Delta. You can pass through the lily beds so smoothly that you barely disturb the flowers, let alone the wildlife.
Great if you want to see something like the elusive sitatunga - a small deer-like mammal light enough to live on the waterways' foliage; potentially terrifying when you run into the crocs or hippos that lurk around.
Memorable either way.
One of the biggest game reserves in Botswana. Best bit - elephants hanging around the campsite at night, hippos laughing, the sound of the lions and other big cats hunting. Watch out for the hyenas, which, apparently, are attracted to smelly shoes and which definitely like the bins. And they have weird scary eyes that shine when your torch lands on them.
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