After a 20 minute bush plane ride we arrived at Kwara camp. The pilot was nice enough to fly low( 3000 feet) so we could see the wildlife below. In this picture you could see a herd of elephants near a water hole..
Kwara camp is located within one of the largest( Half a million acres) private concession areas in Botswana. Kwara is part of the legendary Kwando camps, known for their hard-core dedication for game viewing.
On our way from the airstrip to the camp ( 10 minutes) we saw several elephants, giraffes, one sidestriped jackal and a herd of zebras.
The camp over looks a beautiful lagoon. At any give time I could count at least two dozen hippos very close to the shore. Giraffes and Zebras were often seen on the other side of the lagoon. A platoon of Olive Baboons would patrol the camp on a regular basis. We were warned…
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