Tag Archives: Botswana

Spotting Danko the leopard on Okavango Botswana safari

Okavango Delta Botswana Tour – The Safari of a Lifetime!

An African safari seems to be an ultimate bucket list item and the hardest question is which region to go experience next. Luckily, Dale of The Maritime Explorer is able to offer us his take on a prime Botswana safari tour.

Spotting Danko the leopard on Okavango Botswana safari

Up until about twenty years ago I had never heard of the Okavango delta in northwestern Botswana, but once I learned that it was a truly unique place on earth I knew I had to go there. Recently Alison and I got to fulfill that dream on a solo trip planned just for us by Canadian tour company Adventures Abroad.

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hippo family and elephant Chobe River Botswana Namibia Africa

Chobe National Park Namibia – Elephants Everywhere!

For those that ever dreamed of Africa, here is a great insight from our traveller Dale of The Maritime Explorer about a recent trip to Chobe National Park in Namibia.

hippo family and elephant Chobe River Botswana Namibia Africa

This is my second post on the Chobe River area that stretches along the Caprivi Strip which separates Namibia from Botswana. The first post featured the Chobe Savanna Lodge which, in my opinion, is quite simply one of the most wonderful places anyone could ever want to stay. Continue reading

Namibia Travel Guide – Exploring Namibia

If you have travelled with us, you know our group members comprise of intrepid and intelligent folk who have a sense of wonder about the world around them. We’re so lucky to have had Dale from The Maritime Explorer join us on a recent journey to Namibia and Botswana. Read this Namibia travel guide for his take on how the tour went, and some of the highlights of the country.

Alison and I just completed a ten-day tour exploring Namibia with Canadian travel company Adventures Abroad with whom we have traveled many times. Originally Namibia was not high on our travel priority list. Our first trip in 2019 was supposed to be to Southeast Asia, but Alison’s work commitments changed and we had to alter our plans. Continue reading