We sadly leave Duma Tau, but know that more adventures are ahead in Xigera.
The land is wetter in the Okavango Delta.
Palms - main food for many animals.
Palm tree that the animals have not allowed to grow tall.
We take a boat to the camp.
Water is tannin stained, but clear and clean.
Welcomed with local songs...
We are late, but lunch awaits.
Lovely common areas...
"May the magic of the Delta captivate your heart."
Impala watching us move in.
Monkeys on the roof.
Setting up for dinner under the stars.
This camp is completely run by solar.
Don't zoom in...very ugly!
There are only a few bridges since the water level changes greatly.
Remnants of last year's fire.
Hyena with kill...baby giraffe.
Its mom is still pacing and looking for her baby. Very sad.
Vultures waiting for their share of the kill.
...just nothing lovable about this guy.
Palm nuts are eaten by many animals.
Unique Zebras....tan stripe on the white stripe.
Sundowners...Onks, our guide, is now the bartender.
The Bear makes sure we stay in close contact with the camp.
Earth Night Dinner under the stars.