Hamiltons Tented Safari Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the river. It appeared one man was giving a lecture of some sort and there was a scout up on a rise in the river looking at the shore. Got to see a beautiful procession of male kudu, nyala and waterbuck traveling together in the bush and then across the road. It was a very lovely scene and we had it to ourselves!
Found two more lions in the river and an elephant with a very tiny baby nursing. Always nice to be able to watch ...
... to get in position to be able to see the leopard but it is not making it easy to see much less get a shot. Did take some shots and then pull into the pullout right there and take some more pictures.
Move on down the road and come across a pair of mating lions. They cross in front of our car and down into a pullout. Slow pulling in to the pullout but turns out best thing because they turn and come back ...
... a couple of hours in the sun, me with my book and Keith with his sudoku book. A finger food lunch with the others at 2.30 then off for a game drive at 3.30.
On this drive we came upon a large group of baboons on the side of the bridge and beside the Nsemani Dam. We watched a mother grooming her young one on the side of the road. We also saw a herd of elephants crossing the road and then grazing below. A solitary elephant was intent ...
... as the hours went by ...)
It was dark by the time we set off and Pravir thought it would be a good idea to go see what our Lady Leopard was up to. (Honestly? In the dark?) It was to be a sight and experience that will stay with me forever. The leopard was up on the tree, audibly crunching on her kill and the sound of bones cracking and the leopard slurping was quite unreal in the still of the night. Ronnie, our tracker shone a strong searchlight onto ...
... making the most of eating in a lush part of the reserve.
The granddaddy of the pride lumbered towards us before coming across a log that had fallen down from part of a tree. The elephant walked right up to the log not being able to go further and stood for a moment contemplating what to do as it blocked the pathway where he was leading his family.
Easy solution he decided – pull the tree down! And so we watched this massive creature push ...