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“My name is Ngakaemang but in the tourism industry I am known as Doctor which is a translation of my name in English. I was born in the Pan handle of the Okavango Delta in a small village called Gunotsoga. I started working in the safari industry as a waiter in 1996 but I always… Read more »

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The pink-backed pelican is one of our resident water birds we find at the Kanana Heronry amongst others such as the Marabou Stalk, African Open Bill, Yellow-Billed Storks, Goliath Heron, Rufus-bellied Heron, Black-Crowned Night Heron, African Darters and Little Egrets. The pink-backed pelican is found in a range of aquatic habitats, but prefers quiet backwaters… Read more »

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Bojus and Tebby are part of the team that contribute to making Ker & Downey Botswana’s Okuti the friendly, delightful camp that it is. Kewame Moabi, known as Bujos when he is in the bush, was born and raised in Maun.  He was born into the tourism industry as both his parents were camp managers… Read more »

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Last weekend the lovely people of Botswana joined together in celebrating the 50th independence anniversary of the country. A truly remarkable milestone achieved through perseverance, pride and team work. The Ker and Downey Botswana camp’s created their own programs as to how they thought the day should be celebrated and these celebrations that took place… Read more »