Day 13 – Friday 7 October

Nata to Kasane – 303km

Feel free to suggest captions for the above picture!

We head into the northern-most part of Botswana past many reserves and with the possibility of elephants alongside the road. Lets hope they stay there!

Destination is on the Chobe River next to the Chobe National Park and adjacent to the confluence of four national boundaries – Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The floodplain is renowned for its concentration of buffalo and elephant.


 Day 13 Nata to Kasane 303km

 The northernmost part of Botswana. Long drive 135km of which were on temporary road parallel with the current road which was being refurbished. Instructive! Arrived at Kasane- campsite in splendid location on the banks of the Mighty Chobe – but the site itself was very dusty, badly organised and tended to run out of water by midday. Drank cocktails on the lawn overlooking the Chobe, had an evening meal on our own for the first time – my first solo braai.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One response to “Day 13 – Friday 7 October

  1. My initial thought – “It’s so big!”

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