The African sun on my skin, a fresh breeze whirling my hair wildly, a view that takes my breath away: endless space, lush green, in between the red earth of Kenya, the blue and gray of the sky and everywhere you see these unbelievably beautiful creatures … zebras that somehow look unreal, as if„Masai Mara ♡ Kenya“ weiterlesen
It was a very long day in the car through an area that seemed to be the end of the world. Stones and sand as far as the eyes could see…but even in this dry stone desert we saw giraffes, Oryx, a herd of elephants and even a wild rhino! Incredible…
From the border Sesheke/Katima Mulilo we went on to Etosha National Parc. The experience was not comparable with Chobe National Parc in Botswana, but yet we had a nice time and a lot of animal sightings.
Today I show you the last part of Chobe National Parc – the amazing elephants! At any point of the journey I stopped counting because there were so many of these wonderful grey giants. It was simply wonderful to observe them at the water, playing in the mud or running across the savanna. Just on„Chobe National Parc – Elephants“ weiterlesen
Ihaha is one of the Campsites inside the national parc, so we had a whole day to drive around and enjoy the beautiful wildlife in Chobe. Driving around was not always that easy because of animals crossing our way. We had to wait a long time until a huge herd of buffalos passed by to reach the„Chobe National Parc -around Ihaha Camp“ weiterlesen
When we saw our first twiga (suaheli for giraffe) everybody was like wooow…then we saw more and more and it got quiet normal that these beautiful animals are walking around everywhere. But in Chobe National Parc the woooow came back when we observed them at the water, drinking and eating grass from the ground…fascinating! Another„Chobe National Parc – beautiful twiga“ weiterlesen
One of the best national parcs in Africa! I cannot describe how impressed I was…hundreds of elephants, giraffes, we even saw lions! And because I have sooo many pictures, I decided to split it a little bit. The following pictures show the way to Linyanti where we got stuck in the deep sand…in a leopard„Chobe National Parc – Linyanti to Muchenje“ weiterlesen
The next part of our safari took us north to the Makgadikgadi Pan, a huge salt pan wich is dry at this time of the year. The vastness and silence were amazing but also a bit scary. Kubu Island seemed like an oasis in the middle of nowhere. Between big baobab and african chestnut trees we made„Serowe to Kubu Island“ weiterlesen