Chobe National Park, in Northern Botswana, was an interesting park as most of my travels on this trip have taken us to dusty, barren landscapes only occasionally dotted with water since we are traveling in the dry season.  The Chobe river adds lush greenery and you can witness many animals take their daily pilgrimages to the water on predictable routes and observe their interactions with one another.  Chobe also boasts an incredible variety of animals, I have included a few here that I don’t normally shoot.

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