Clas­sic Chobe

A cruise on the Chobe River is one of the finest wilder­ness ex­pe­ri­ences in Africa, and a cruise with Pan­golin Photo Sa­faris is even bet­ter! Their cus­tomised boats give you ac­cess to some in­cred­i­ble pho­to­graphic op­por­tu­ni­ties. Th­ese im­ages were shot by Pan

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Botswana of­fers bril­liant op­por­tu­ni­ties for wildlife pho­tog­ra­phy in gen­eral, yet the Chobe River some­how man­ages to take it up a notch. You’re spoilt for choice around ev­ery bend: The wa­tery land­scape pro­vides a per­fect back­drop for dra­matic im­ages of hip­pos, fish- ea­gles, king­fish­ers and ele­phants by the trunk-load.

Pan­golin Photo Sa­faris, based in Kasane, of­fers trips led by pho­tog­ra­phers and wildlife guides who know what they’re do­ing. Even be­gin­ners will walk away from a Pan­golin trip with at least a few qual­ity shots. Keen to join them? It costs US$130 (about R1 700) per per­son for a three-hour ex­cur­sion aboard a cus­tomised boat with swiv­el­ling seats and cam­era sup­ports. The rate even in­cludes the use of a top-qual­ity D-SLR and zoom lens – and you get to keep the SD card with your pho­tos saved. Con­tact: 021 418 2312 (SA reser­va­tions); pan­golin­photo.com

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