Remembering African Wild Dogs

Remembering African Wild Dogs Remembering African Wild Dogs is the sixth book in the Remembering Wildlife series created by Margot Raggett. We are incredibly proud to support this very worthwhile initiative. We are even prouder that this year images by Charl and Sabine are being considered for inclusion in the book. All of the books in the remembering wildlife series contain images donated but some of the best wildlife photographers in the world and it is a real honour for the Stols' to be considered. Along with donating images Pangolin Photo Safaris also donated a 4-night stay at [...]

March 8th, 2021|Press Release|

2021 Covid-19 Safari Survey

2021 Covid-19 Survey Results We had an astonishing response to the survey from our clients and followers across our social media channels and on our website. Over 3000 people have completed the survey. There were responses from around the globe and it has given us an amazing insight into the travel attitudes in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. This information, for us as a tour operator, is hugely valuable and as promised we are going to share our findings with you. Regional Responses to the Covid-19 Safari Survey Below is a graph to show the percentage [...]

January 14th, 2021|Covid-19 Updates|

Pangolin Photo Safaris Covid-19 Protocol

Pangolin Photo Safaris Covid-19 Protocol In response the current Corona pandemic we are outlining our Covid-19 protocol for guests arriving at the Pangolin Chobe Hotel and Pangolin Voyager Houseboat. These are based on the current guidelines from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Botswana Government and will be subject to change as the guidelines also adapt to the ever-changing understanding of the virus. It is our absolute intention to maintain the highest standards and make sure that we cause as little inconvenience to you, at all times, wherever possible. Arrival at Kasane Airport [...]

June 18th, 2020|Press Release|

The Chobe

The Chobe National Park, Botswana The Chobe National Park The Chobe National Park was Botswana's first National park and is certainly one of its most ecologically diverse. The park shares its northern boundary with Namibia with the Chobe River and acts as a natural border between the two countries. The game reserve is 11,700 km2 (4500 sq miles) in size and home to Africa's largest elephant populations. There are also healthy populations of hippo, buffalo, multiple antelopes as well as lions, wild dogs, leopard and hyena. The birdlife on The Chobe River is plentiful, especially in the [...]

June 16th, 2020|Press Release|

Green Season in Botswana

Green Season in Botswana Could Green Season in Botswana be THE BEST time of year for wildlife photography? The problem with marketing people (and I speak to you as one of them) is that once in a while they come up with an interesting idea that gains traction and suddenly becomes part of the public consciousness for better - or for worse! This is especially the case when someone mentions green season in Botswana Take for example the concept of “The Big Five”. Hunters devised this to measure their success when they were able to [...]

June 10th, 2020|Press Release|

Learning will be the new luxury on a post Corona photography holiday.

Learning will be the new luxury on a post Corona photography holiday. If there is one thing, we have learned over the last few months, it’s that time is a very precious commodity and “holiday time” even more so. With the world taking a sabbatical from travel for the immediate future, our attention, as members of the safari industry, turns to what will clients be looking for when they return to a post corona safari. We know that there is a lot of pent up frustration among clients who want to start planning their trips [...]

June 1st, 2020|Press Release|

Flights to Botswana

Flights to Botswana Some interesting new routes are opening up for flights to Botswana. Figuring out which are the easiest and quickest flights to Botswana and the start of your safari can be a troublesome question. Which Airline? Which Route? What if I miss my connection? Where is the nearest airport to the Chobe National Park? The list goes on. Traditionally the majority of our clients travelling to us in The Chobe, fly into Johannesburg and then turn straight back around again and fly north, along the same route they have just flown, to [...]

June 1st, 2020|Press Release|