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A mokoro is a traditional canoe or dugout boat used in the African region of the Okavango Delta, particularly in Botswana. The term “mokoro” specifically refers to the boats used by the local people known as the Bayei and the BaYei people. These canoes are an essential mode of transportation in the waterways of the Okavango Delta.
Our home is in the heart of Southern Africa, in the intimate heartland of Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana. It’s here, in these special places, where our camps thrive as they are harmoniously intertwined with nature and wildlife.
The Zebra Migration refers to the annual migration of plains zebras in Africa. This migration typically occurs between the months of May and October, and involves large herds of zebras traveling in search of food and water.
Guides create a link between nature and you, as a guest. They have a unique way of interpreting the language of the mysterious African bush and translating that for you as they guide you through your African safari experience.
Lion prides play a vital role in maintaining the balance of an ecosystem. As apex predators, they help to regulate the population of other species, which in turn affects the entire food chain. We’ve listed some of Southern Africa’s most infamousm lion prides and coalitions, and where they are today…
African dance is considered to be the world’s oldest form of choreography. To this day, many tribes in sub-Saharan Africa pass these African dance legacies on to their children from a very early age.