Banoka and Xigera are in the Okavango Delta. DumaTau Bush Camp is north and east of those camps, on the Linyanti River, on a fault line just south of Namibia. Here are some animals.
Three wild dogs are on the prowl.
Three giraffes. Their spots darken as they get older.
A safari vehicle, usually a converted Range Rover or Toyota.
We saw hippos often, but during the day they generally stay submerged. Only nostrils, eyes and backs are visible most of the time. This hippo ventured out during the day, probably because he was very hungry. (The rainy season was very much delayed, so the grasses and leaves that animals feed on were sparse.) You can see an oxpicker on his back, a bird that feeds on the hippo's ticks.
This spotted hyena strolled down a path without a care in the world until he saw a warthog.
They stared at each other for a few minutes, then the hyena beat a retreat.
The last two images show a parade of baboons crossing a wooden bridge and
three of the baboons heading to wherever the baboon pack was going.