During the dry season in Botswana all the animals come down to the Chobe river for water, the river forms a natural border with Namibia. On the Botswanan side it’s national park, but on the other side it’s farmland. It appeared to us on the 3 occasions that we’ve been to the area that wildlife and people seem to be able to co-exist. We only really scratched the surface of the area so we can’t really be certain.
This photo is from the first occasion we visited the Chobe area of Botswana, the sunsets at that time were spectacular, the sun glowed a deep rich red and the rest of the colours were stunning.