Kadoma Hotel and Conference Center
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... of things to do here, Lion walk, Lion enclosure tour, boat cruise, horse riding, Elephant interaction, lion feeding, carriage ride, snakes
I have opted for the elephant inaction, the lion walk, the lion encounter tour, the carriage ride, and the lion feeding
They all kick off tomorrow, so we have time to put up tents, wander around and just relax, and we even get a lay in, breakfast is at 8 am
We had a talk about their work here about releasing lions back into ...
Although, as many of you may know, I'm not a Christian, today we attended the church service which was led by Weston who is a pastor in the community, and with his insistence, Vivian and I spoke briefly to the congregation. It was an unexpected treat to see the congregation sing and dance in this typically African type of worship. It was with saddened hearts that we left Musana in the company of Adonis, Lizzy and Denford for ...
We started off the day doing a bit of shopping after Kim had done her helicopter ride. Our taxi driver then picked us up to take us to the airport for our 1 hour flight back to Harare. Much better than the coach! Munyati picked us up at Harare and took us to small world to stay for the ...
We had been told early in our stay that the lions had been dispersed by two marauding males from another area and had not been seen for a few days. The rangers were not sure if they would come back which was a bit disappointing. We were about 45 min into our drive when the call came through that lions had been sighted on the reserve. Obviously, this was exciting as it is the animal everyone associates with Africa.
Day 3 started with a morning safari. At Mashatu, there are generally 4 – 8 different vehicles that start out and go in different directions for the first hour looking for what animals are around. The ranges are in radio contact with each other so everyone has a chance to see the animals. They also coordinate the locations so that only 1 or 2 vehicles are in one location at the same time as a respect to the animals. The last ...