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About Botswana safari in July 2016 at Kwando camps. GoPro Hero 4 Silver, Nikon 750, Tamron 150-600 and Nikon 24-120 have been used.
sphere report on a 4x4 self drive and photography adventure in Botswana
On this trip we explored Botswana´s beautiful Okavango Region with a quite new Toyota Landcruiser Bushcamper from Savanna Car Hire. Close encounters with hugh elephant herds which are used to cars a lot. Amazing unforgettable experiences. We enjoyed the silence and loneliness in the pans. At north gate campsite we were lucky seeing wild dogs running through the camp hunting empalas. Unfortunately, we weren't able to film this spectacular scene. Our route: Windhoek - Maun - Nxai Pan - Makgadikgadi Pan (Kubu Island) - Kasane with Chobe Riverfront Park (Muchenje Campsite) - Linyanti Campsite - River Khwai (Dijara Campsite) - Moremi North Gate - 3rd bridge campsite - Southgate - Maun Filming equipment: Canon5D (various lenses), Panasonic GH4 (various lenses), DJI Osmo, DJI Inspire 1 Copter Music licenced by Musicbed: Eyes wide open by Tony Anderson North Star by Gyom Soar by Gyom Time to run by Dexter Britain
Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com Botswana has its share of troubles, just like any developed nation, but it’s also considered one of the safest nations in Africa. It’s safe, it’s gorgeous, and they have rhinos there... 1. Don’t Skimp on the Mosquito Repellent Malaria is a thing in Botswana, so you’re definitely going to want some mosquito repellent. You can also lower your risk of catching malaria by visiting during the winter months. 2. Don’t Skip the Okavango Delta This lush natural reserve is like the opening ten minutes of The Lion King. You can sail over the waters, and camp out next to the river itself, always surrounded by some of Africa’s most majestic wildlife. 3. Don’t Speed Through Maun On the western side of the city are a series of traditional African villages that are home to a welcoming group of people who’ve maintained a centuries old culture. The rest of the city is decidedly modern and welcoming to travelers. 4. Don’t Get Careless Around the Wildlife Most tour guides will know how to keep overly curious tourists in line. That said, if you do happen to slip past a watchful eye, just remember that you’re approaching a wild animal. 5. Don’t Forget the Kalahari Botswana is also home to South Africa’s most famous desert, the jaw-dropping Kalahari. The area is both beautiful and freaking massive and it's worth exploring. 6. Don’t Miss Khama Rhino Sanctuary If you’re interested in taking your family on a safari, then you should absolutely spend an evening or two at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary. Especially for those who love curious visitors... Where do you want to know what not to do in next? Comment Below!
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Video shot for the Old Bridge Safaris & Tours in Okavango Delta, Khwai area close to Moremi Game Reserve and Nxai Pan National Park. Botswana is one of the best places in Africa to see wildlife and feel the remoteness and boundlessness of African savannah.