Mokoro Dreaming

The bow of the little mokoro pushes the waterlilly plants and flowers out of the way as Isacc (our expert pole man) navigates the small canoe across the shallow waters near the Jacana Bush Camp. We are on an afternoon safari. The seating position in the mokoro is lower than the waterline and this gives you the sensation of being in the water – a truly magical way to see and feel the incredible Okavango Delta.

Sensational Serenity

The crystal clear waters of the Delta allow us to see the sub surface plant life and an array of fish. Skimming past beautiful leaves and flowers makes the whole experience feel surreal.
Isacc stops the mokoro alongside a perfectly vertical reed. He has spotted something. A tiny, brightly camouflaged frog is trying to go unnoticed. The guides must have binocular vision to be able to see this beautiful little amphibian.

We push on into the African sunset and absorb the beauty and serenity of this magical place.

Life moves at a very slow and respectful place here in the Okavango.

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