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Mo(e) cheetah tracking tales; Winter's last Hurrah in drought struck Northern Botswana; From Kwena Lagoon to Twin Pools and everywhere in between - A Kwando Safari: August, 2019

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Antee

Great stuff from a great country!

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Kathy von Foerster

Gorgeous photos! We are planning our first safari for August 2020 with our adult children. Can you please share your thoughts about Splash Camp? I noticed your comment that Kwara is a good choice over Splash. One of our proposals is for Splash. We also have Pom Pom, Lebala, Linyanti Expeditions, and Jackal and Hide as part of our suggested itineraries. Any thoughts or comments are greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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madaboutcheetah

@Kathy von Foerster - thank you..... that reminds me that I need to get back to the photo editing to keep this report moving.

 

we were a party of 4 at splash in November .... please read my comments in that trip report for detailed views. In brief we did not feel at home at splash and did not like our experience.  Kwara looks an amazing property and I plan to visit next year.  Kwara camp is closer to fantastic areas like 4 rivers, tsum tsum and bat ear fox den road ..... 

 

Your itinerary looks good - lebala is one of my perennial favourites.  Pom Pom is meant to be a good delta camp and soon to be a Kwando property ( I have no personal experience). What is linyanti expeditions? Might I recommend lagoon or selinda explorer two amazing camps in the linyanti private concessions .....  

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Kathy von Foerster

Thank you so much for your comments. I looked at your trip report and understand your concerns with Splash. We will focus on Kwara, Lagoon, and Lebala and also look at Selinda Explorer. Linyanti Expeditions, Chobe Enclave,  is run by African Bush Camps and is one of the suggested camps by ATR. It may be a newer camp. Again, thank you. Your pictures are amazing and we can't wait for our first trip to Africa!

 

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