Ishasha-Ntungwe River Camp
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... and linen goods they sell.
The Kazinga Channel flows out into Lake Edward and there is a local fishing village at the entrance to the lake. These villagers get about 25% of the fares from tourists taking the channel cruise and this encourages them to not hunt the animals such as the elephants. We saw their fishing boats at the end of the cruise where the boat turns around and heads back ...
... finally get a photo of a leopard! Well, the lion walked near the tree and the leopard jumped down and fled across the fields. The lion gave chase for a little while but then turned back. This all transpired in a short period of time so alas, no photos, but it was very cool to witness firsthand.
In another area of the park we continued to see lions and even a few sleeping in the cactus trees. What an amazing safari experience!
... it's just as many people as can hold on!
Most all roadwork is done by hand; this was the one piece of machinery we saw. Moses said unfortunately, when they break down no one knows how to repair them.
There were frequent police checks along the way. They are watching for animal poachers from the Congo. ...
... under mosquito nets. Monkeys and baboons talked and quarrelled for hours settling at night and again at 5am in the morning. We also had many geckos throughout our tent! They didn't bother us.
... Check the picture out closely and you will see how excited he was! We arrived at our camp which turned out to be a wonderful green rainforest on a river sandwiched between open savanna country with elephants, monkeys and lots of grazing animals. There were soldiers at the camp as it turns out the DRC was about 4 meters from ...