"To describe convincingly the sheer magic of the Chobe National Park in Northern Botswana is an impossible task. You can tell people that the magnificent Chobe River sustains the largest population of African elephants in the world. You can describe the adrenaline rush of photographing hippos at eye-level, or tell of the kingfishers hovering overhead and the comical behaviour of Chacma baboons as they cross the river. But somehow your efforts to convey Chobe’s magic will always fall short of the real experience."
So says Lou Coetzer, who has been visiting Chobe for over two decades, witnessing nature’s dramas unfolding before his eyes in one of Africa’s greatest wildlife regions.
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