I have been thinking about this for a while now...
I know Africa quite well and I love organising road trips to discover new places. Why not organise totally customised tours for other people??
Well, it seemed like a good idea so I decided to launch my own travel consultancy and ShumbAfrica Safaris was born!!!
So if you or your friends and family are dreaming about discovering Africa but don't want to go through the usual channels of organised tours and travel agencies, drop me an email!
I will designed itineraries specifically for you, based on your interests and experience.
No 5 stars hotels or lodges with me. Everyone night, you will camp under a sky with millions of stars and enjoy the Southern Cross and the Milky Way like never before! You will be as close to the Nature as possible and discover places in a way few people do. And of course, you should have more than enough of opportunities to practise your photographic skills!
And if you are interested, just drop me an email at email@example.com
I am looking forward to hear from you!
I don't think words can describe how it feels to watch the water creeps along the channels and fill the floodplains... We spent the whole day (13th of March 2018) watching its progress, followed by hundreds of egrets and herons feasting on the insects pushed away by the water.
And the next day when we woke up, the flood plains in front of Jumbo Junction were full with water and it was time to take the mokoros out...
Here is a time-lapse video of the flood...
Foggy morning above the floodplains
When the flood is here...
Getting back to Jumbo Junction on a mokoro
Jumbo Junction tented camp
Enjoying the view!!
Sunrise from the lapa
A visit in the delta would not be complete without the lions, so here they are!
Stout & Wetu
A small cat following a big one...
Lentswe with an easy prey...
If a look could kill...
Mating pair, Lentswe & Shitatiya
Stout & Shishatiya
A tired male
The Okavango delta is a place steaming with wildlife no matter what season you visit. It is a truly magical place and getting to spend 3 months there and watch the flood come in was a once in a lifetime experience...
Juvenile carmine bee-eater
One of the numerous pans
Endangered wattle cranes
Sunrise over the mist
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