We have been fortunate to spend the last two nights camping on the northern bank of the Khwai River, entering Chobe National Park intot he region known as Savute. The camp site is located close to the flowing Savuti Channel, meaning that game are in high numbers this time of year and we have not been disappointed in what has been visible. Some highlights over the last couple of days have included male Lion on a Kudu kill, Honey Badger in camp, Tsebbe and Iliac-Breasted Rollers. We got a flat tyre today, which was an adventure within it self. Tomorrow we are going to climb one of the hills to see San Bushman wall paintings that date back 2-4000 years, a special moment for all.