The Chobe Riverfront is one like no other in Africa. At first glance, the large expanse of water that is the Chobe River meanders and flows languidly and peacefully through islands on towards its confluence with the Zambezi. It is a calm and peaceful scene if there ever was one. Yet on the islands and along the banks thrive some of the most prolific animal and bird life in Africa. The Chobe attracts wildlife and birds from very far afield and no more so than in the dry season, when this photo safari takes place.
Images: Isak Pretorius