Chobe National Park
Water is the web that connects all of us to each other: plant and animal, human and beast. All the water that has ever existed on our planet is the same amount today as it was in the beginning. It’s just not always abundant when we need it. But here in the wildlife-rich Chobe National Park in northern Botswana, a watering hole brings together an African elephant and a jackal in a moment of peaceful, though tenuous, coexistence.
More Daily Escapes
You Might Also Like
More Travel Inspirations
Enter daily for a chance to win a grand prize worth over $1.5M, located in Atlanta.
Get the essential Food Network email featuring time saving tips, recipes and how-to videos.
Win over the kids with these easy, time-saving dinners the family will love.