Packed up and ready to head out for our day trip back to Maun, we took time to get a photo with some of the folks that helped make our stay in Eretsha enjoyable. People of Eretsha were warm and welcoming and we are grateful to them for hosting us in their village. Goodbye Eretsha.
Tsodilo Hills is a UNESCO world heritage site in Botswana
Students had a chance to engage with the village members during a drumming/dance performance as well as during a visit to the school. Then we had one last game drive in the Delta.
Students prepared questionnaires for a survey to obtain information from residents of Eretsha, a remote village in northern Botswana in the Okavango Delta
We viewed at least 15 species (not including birds) during an all-day game drive in the Okavango Delta.
Majestic mokoro trip in the late afternoon
After a long journey, the group arrived in the Okavango Delta.
Motion sensor cameras reveal wildlife patterns and habits
Today marks the half-way point of our Botswana Odyssey!
An island surrounded by a massive salt pan
Rhino tagging and featuring highlights from Pat's camera