The thrill of a mokoro ride to Ditshiping Island, Okavango Delta

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Where the Okavango Delta provides a gateway on its Southern tip, is a mokoro station built to transport you to a little paradise in the wilderness. We were set to use mekoros (dugout canoes) as mode of transport to our camp site on Ditshiping Island, it wasn’t my first mokoro ride but definitely the most extensive one through the river channels, as you can imagine this was an on edge experience. (more…)

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1st Bush Ways Video Contest

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#JoinTheBushWaysClan & Participate in the First Bush Ways Video Contest to Win 1 FREE Safari

How to enter

  1. Record as much as you can during your safari with Bush Ways
  2. Create a video clip (max 3 min) that gives, according to you, the best definition of a Bush Ways mobile safari
  3. Send it via Dropbox or similar to latest submissions 31 January 2018

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Bush Ways Foundation Raising Trauma Awareness

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Article published in the Ngami Times, October 2015, by Thuso Rammidi

“The recently hosted two-day trauma training workshop which was aimed at raising awareness and equipping participants and caregivers with essential skills needed in dealing with traumatized children and elderly within the community has been deemed a success by its organizers. (more…)

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Bush Ways – Safari Vehicles

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One very important feature of a perfect safari experience is with no doubt the Safari vehicle. You will spend most of the time on game drives and therefore it has to be perfectly designed to match your expectations. For Bush Ways, we did not want to make any compromise on our guest’s comfort, photographic opportunities and reliability. This then lead us to design our own custom built Safari vehicles.

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