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The Okavango River System provides a vital source of water to about 1 million people, the world’s largest population of African elephants and significant populations of lions, cheetahs and hundreds of species of birds.
In 2012, a Red Leaf team from around the world gathered in Maun, Northern Botswana. The mission was to kayak the full distance of the mighty Okavango Delta. Along the way we filmed the spectacular wildlife and terrain as well as the ups and downs our team experienced. The team had mixed experience in kayaking, athletic ability and some had never been to Africa before. This is our story of an epic 14 days in one of the most spectacular environments on the planet.
The Okavango is an interconnected and interdependent ecosystem that changes everyday in unexpected ways. For many of you, this might resonate with the current business environment.
In this Virtual Adventure, you will work together in teams and balance competing priorities under pressure. Teams will find themselves in a difficult position that is influenced by changing environmental conditions that are outside of their control.