The Okavango Delta is one of Africa's greatest natural wonders. This inland delta is the result of about eleven cubic kilometres of rainfall that drains into a tectonic trough and settles until the scorching sun evaporates it. This fresh water is the life blood for an otherwise arid region and preserves an abundance of wildlife with its yearly flood cycles.
Here we navigated the reeds in our mokoros (small canoes) and did some safari walks on-foot where the small islands of land peaked over the flood waters.
Later, we visited Chobe National Park, where the sheer amount of wildlife left the other parks feeling empty.