The aloe chabaudi grow in the eastern regions of the Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip), south-east of the old Liambezi Lake which is to the west of the small settlements of Ngoma and Bukalo. The high rainfall associated with that area combined with the clay soil favoured by Colophospermum mopane is ideal for this species, as the lush vegetation allows it to grow under other plants. Another micro-habitat is against the lower sections of termites hills, as long as they are higher than immediate plant life.
Frost is a natural enemy of A. chabaudi. Their very fine leaves and over-watering may result in them growing too large which subsequently damages them. Flowers vary in colour from yellow or light orange south of the Chobe River to red nearer Victoria Falls, blooming between May and July. This attracts a number of sunbirds which affect the life of the flower themselves. This is an endangered species in the country, mostly due to the clearing of land for human habitation.
20 Days - By using a range of accommodation types and styles this self drive manages to keep costs down while still visiting spectacular areas of the country.
14 Days - This spectacular self-drive itinerary, created especially for honeymooners, is the ultimate experience that Namibia has to offer in terms of luxury and exclusivity.
14 Days - Still staying in top quality accommodation the Tourmaline is a more realistic itinerary for those on a more upper mid-range budget.
14 Days - A good value for money mid range honeymoon self drive, visiting the best Namibia has to offer
9 Days - Etohsa Park & the dunes of the Namib Desert are the two main attractions on this trip