Our time in Livingstone was broken up in the following manner.
Day 1 - Stay at a Lodge in Choma.
Day 2- arrive in Livingstone, set up camp at the Waterfront Lodge, watch fellow camper’s campsite be pilfered by rouge, vervet monkeys, take a shower at Victoria Falls, battle baboons and walk across the bridge to Zimbabwe.
Day 3 - Caroline and Katie go to Chobe National Park in Botswana, Seth and Seth watch Cali and Thomas.
Day 4 - Seth and Seth go to Chobe National Park, Caroline and Katie watch Thomas and Cali.
Day 5 - trip to the falls, attempt to buy souvenirs at the curios market and then drive six hours home.
Seth and the baboon shared a snack.
Katie and I had an amazing time in Chobe. Botswana seems drier than Zambia. Also a friend of ours described the comparison of game viewing in Zambia and Botswana in the following way: "Zambia is like cross-country skiing, beautiful but slow. Chobe is like down hill skiing, the animals are everywhere." I definitely felt that was the case! We saw more hippo and elephant than I can count, a ton of giraffe and even the coveted lion!