Instagram Moments On Botswana’s Chobe River
It’s no small wonder that Instagrammers have made it their mission to showcase it to the world. We feel like their work (and this spectacular destination) needs to be applauded so we’ve picked the best.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Just ask this spotted fellow contently posing in a tree.
This lone giraffe is making his way through the grasslands. His dark pattern indicates his age and one can only wonder what wonders this animal has seen.
Botswana is not just about elephants. This lilac-breasted roller is the national bird and a sought after subject by birders and photographers alike.
When it comes to sunsets, Chobe is up there with the greats.
Nothing makes you say “aaah” quite like an intimate moment between Africa’s Kings.
The Zebra migration is celebrated as the longest land mammal migrationat 482 kilometers (300 miles) and is another really good reason to put Botswana on your bucket list.
… don’t wait. There’s a reason they call Botswana elephant country.