The Elephants of Chobe: One Herd vs. Two Lions

The Elephants of Chobe: One Herd vs. Two Lions

Any day in Chobe National Park is like watching a wildlife documentary come to life, but on this day it was simply incredible… Here was a Lion and Lioness resting and drinking from a river. They were relaxed and enjoying the sunny day. Then a smallish herd of Elephants appeared. For what ever reason they wanted … Continue reading

The Elephants of Chobe: Friends

The Elephants of Chobe: Friends

This was an interesting moment in Botswana’s Chobe National Park. This Elephant seemed to be an outcast from a nearby herd. She was trumpeting at my group out on a boat in the river and wasn’t very happy. The other Elephants just seemed to be ignoring her. Suddenly a second larger Elephant came running across bellowing at us! She then made contact … Continue reading

The Elephants of Chobe: Young and Playful

The Elephants of Chobe: Young and Playful

Whilst travelling around Botswana’s Chobe National Park I came across this little fella. It pays to always show caution when the mother is about, but luckily this one was happy to leave us be while the young elephant just peacefully checked us out. This little guy on the other hand was very rambunctious! Rolling in the mud … Continue reading

The Elephants of Chobe: Up Close and Angry!

The Elephants of Chobe: Up Close and Angry!

Chobe National Park in north-eastern Botswana is home to at least 50,000 African Elephants. This is possibly the highest number of Elephants in one place in Africa. Everyday you are in the park you are bound to encounter them, be it in large herds or singular encounters. This one burst out of the scrub unexpectedly and didn’t particularly like … Continue reading

The White Rhino’s of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park

The White Rhino’s of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park near Livingstone in Zambia has numerous woodland and grassland sections. It is home to a variety of wildlife including White Rhinoceros that lives on the grassy plains. Mosi-oa-Tunya or “The Smoke that Thunders” is from the Kololo tribe language and refers to the nearby Victoria Falls. The Rhino (Black and White) is sadly an endangered species … Continue reading

Ultralight Flight over Victoria Falls

Ultralight Flight over Victoria Falls

When I travelled through Zambia in August 2004, I not only enjoyed the stunning views of Victoria Falls from ground level, I also had the opportunity to take a joy flight in an ultralight over the “The Smoke that Thunders“. That was something I was not going to pass up! You were not allowed to … Continue reading