Ishasha-Ntungwe River Camp
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we went to the park HQ to get information about the park, then it was
on to the local town where we managed to find a guide for the next
day as well as him showing us to the campsite. That evening two very
young girls crept along the fence at the top of the embankment and
waved to us. I waved back and they came into the camp very timidly
and knelt in front of me and asked if I had any jotters and ...
Today was one of the epic days on this tour!
In the morning after breakfast (a later start than I'd like for a game drive), we drove back into the Queen Elizabeth Park. We quickly ran into herds of antelopes, warthogs, and even saw a large herd of buffaloes. Lions were hiding in the tall grasses stalking a herd of antelopes. It was interesting to see the lions shifting positions and ...
We drove north through Queen Elizabeth park to the Kazinga Channel between Lake Edward and Lake George.
The channel is 38km long and rich in birds and wildlife.We would be staying in a lovely lodge perched high above the channel. On our way to the lodge there were some interesting sites and animals.
There seems to be no restrictions on ...
We awoke to a lovely day and were able to look around our camp in daylight. Apparently hippos had been up from the river around our tent the past night as we could see evidence, in trails in the grass and their poop. For obvious reasons we were not allowed to move around the camp property during darkness. The site was beautiful, situated right by the Ishasha River.
As always ...
... around for a few minutes a leopard popped out from a bush right in front of us! It ran in front for a bit before going into a huge bush where it remained. Leopards are pretty rare, Francis says he only sees them once or twice a year. Very lucky for us and Linds did a good job getting a picture during the panic.
After that we followed another jeep who had found a pride of lions. We got really close and stayed for about 15 minutes. There were 8 ...