You are looking at a family of elephants making their way down to the river for a morning drink. It's the dry season and the Kalahari laden soil offers very little to eat. The river they are walking towards separates Botswana from Namibia. These rather skinny elephants live in the country's largest national park. The park is well know for its abundant wildlife, and in particular its massive population of elephants. In fact, the elephants here are so numerous, that as you can see they have destroyed nearly every tree standing. Within an hour drive/boat ride from this spot, you could enjoy a safari in four different countries. Where is this?
Check back next week for the answer along with more information about this destination.
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