Okavango Delta Mokoro Trips – 2 & 3 Days (O 3)

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The BaYei people came to the Okavango Delta hundreds of years ago, bringing with them their traditional mode of transport, the mokoro: a dug-out canoe made from a large straight tree such as a sausage tree or an ebony tree. The mokoro is ideally suited as transport in the delta as it can move quietly through shallow water, being pushed by the boatman using a long pole, moving along the narrow channels or cutting through the long grasses or papyrus. Mekoros (plural for mokoro) have been used by … [Read more...]