Kasane is sandwiched between the merging Chobe and Zambezi River. You are here at a crossroads of four countries: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Botswana. You can visit the Chobe Riverside park yourself or with a guide from your lodge. If you drive yourself then take a 4×4 because of the sandy roads. If there are a lot of vultures together, there must be something to eat for them. Of the Big Five there are only no rhinos. He starts to wave with his ears. Elephants always have the right of way. Keep a safe distance. You can only find the harnessed bushbuck in Botswana here. Taking a boat excursion on the Chobe river is probably one of the nicest ways to see elephants and other animals in the park. The animals come to the river in the dry season to drink. Large numbers of birds occur throughout the year, like the African darter. The African fish eagle is a fish eater, but also eat small mammals, birds and even monkeys. Nile crocodiles lie on the shore to warm up in the sun. Hippos yawn or go under to escape the bright sun. Hundreds of elephants come daily to the river to drink or to eat. Sailing near two males really gives a kick. They deposit the mud from the water plants. Elephants do not have sweat glands, which is why they like to spray water with some mud over them. The water evaporates through the wrinkled skin and then takes some warmth. The remaining mud is good against insect bites. If you have become enthusiastic after watching this video, subscribe to my channel to see more videos. On the YouTube homepage you’ll see under subscriptions, that new videos have been uploaded.
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