Originally presented December 12, 2017
Is wild Africa calling to you? On this webinar presented by Court Whelan you’ll witness a collage of thrilling wildlife encounters as he introduces five of the company’s top African safaris.
The Best of Africa
Is wild Africa calling to you? Come witness the wildebeest migration across the Serengeti Plain. Follow huge elephant herds along the Chobe River. Track endangered mountain gorillas in their rain forest home. Look for rhinos in rocky desert canyons. On this webinar presented by Court Whelan, Expedition Leader and Director of Sustainability & Conservation Travel for Natural Habitat Adventures, you’ll witness a collage of thrilling wildlife encounters as he introduces five of the company’s top African safaris. Join us for a virtual journey through Botswana, Namibia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda . Learn why a safari with Natural Habitat Adventures stands apart from a typical experience where visitors jockey for views from cramped mini buses in heavily touristed national parks and stay at large commercial lodges. In contrast, when? you choose an African safari with Nat Hab, you’ll have an immersion in genuine wilderness, away from crowds. Discover why the hallmarks of a Nat Hab safari — very small groups, intimate luxury safari camps, private wildlife reserves, exclusive transportation and Africa’s most highly trained naturalist guides — make all the difference.
Originally presented June 21, 2016
In Botswana’s Okavango Delta, the planet’s largest inland water system, southern Africa’s rivers converge with the Kalahari Desert to create a lush mosaic of flooded marshes, sand bars and dry savanna.
Botswana's Ever-Changing Okavango Delta
In Botswana’s Okavango Delta, the planet’s largest inland water system, southern Africa’s rivers converge with the Kalahari Desert to create a lush mosaic of flooded marshes, sand bars and dry savanna that is irresistible to abundant wildlife. Join our webinar for a visit to this maze of canals and lagoons—the highlight of any Botswana safari, especially when experienced from 4x4 and makoro, the region’s traditional canoe. The patchwork of flooded areas, acacia scrub and woodlands is an ecological marvel that lures predators and grazers alike, but rainy seasons are less predictable then they used to be. As climate changes and flood levels fluctuate, wildlife behavior is evolving too. The delta’s changing hydrology continues to affect the movement of resident wildlife, including leopard, lion, wild dog, hyena, cheetah, giraffe, elephant, zebra, wildebeest and buffalo. Each species is making modifications to thrive in a changing world. Take a virtual wildlife safari into Okavango Delta’s changing floodwaters with Craig Glatthaar, one of our local partners in Botswana, and see all there is to explore in this emerald oasis.