“Most Countries do not have much viral travel, particularly Botswana” random thought from a friend as we talk about the trip we just had to Kasane. I on the other hand have a different perspective.
When visiting a place like Kasane, right by the border.. You will need a few things checked on your checklist. Here’s one, Mosquito repellent and second, more Mosquito repellent.
We are good to go, if you are sleeping at a Lodge on the banks or just camping, the Hippos and the Elephants could be heard in a distance. Depending on what time you travel, most recommended time would be September down to October.
I got a chance to get on a Boat, for starters, an amazing one with a Braai facility, toilet and super speed. I think it is South African inspired. Hippos, Crocodiles, Bulls and thousands of kinds of Birds are the easiest to see also, did I mentioned we were attacked by Hippos? Awesomely put, our boat was just a little faster. I just said that a little faster because it was just as fast.
I remember beautiful Sunsets, Fishing in a Canoe and good food at the Lodge. If you are going down to Botswana and not sure how to spend two or three more days, than I can safely advise that you check it out. I did not spend a penny on this one, a friend of a friend took me ☺
Here are some of the images I managed to take.
Surfing the Internet continues to grow the anxiety that I hold dear, so reading on Matador I stumble upon an article (Click on image to see website) written by a fearless adventurer. He has seen places and blogged about it, the photos are amazing and his free eBook included is awe-inspiring.
If you would like to travel one day and you are not sure where to begin, check this website out for useful information.
How often do you look at the skies? Are you moved with awe when you see majestic sunsets and stunning clouds?
Here are a few pictures I put together in one camping night out with a friend, a tripod was used to keep the image still. I did not have the benefit of high ISO.
Time and again I walk down memory lane with the number of breathtaking sunsets I have managed to witness over a Bench and coffee. Walvis Bay, located on the coast of Namibia is a harbour town that has about 85000 souls, named after the Bay its on, it is also a tourist attraction for the many across Africa.
The long lagoon, the fresh smell of snails, dead sea weeds and bird droppings becomes a mystery that even the neat appreciate. German restaurants on the lagoon serve the best burgers, coffee and seafood, from where I stand, this is a place you ought to check out. Let me know how events turn out.
An interesting article by:
Ian MacKenzie is the founder and former editor of Brave New Traveler. He is Head of Video at Matador Network. Ian is also an independent filmmaker, with his first feature (One Week Job) released in 2010. His more recent projects include Sacred Economics and Occupy Love.
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