Spending time with the Abu Herd gives you the opportunity to see the African bush – and specifically Botswana’s Okavango Delta – through the eyes of the elephants. The plants and trees are no longer merely the backdrop to your safari, but become chances for a snack or a satisfying scratch. Waterholes are where the elephants delight in cooling off, or coating themselves to prevent insect bites. Encountering other species as you walk with the Abu Herd helps explain the many intricate links within the Okavango ecosystem, and you’ll also get to know the different herd members and their personalities. The Abu Herd elephants are very accepting of new human members, and you’ll make not only lasting memories, but lifelong bonds as well.
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