Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company
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Travel Blogs from South Luangwa National Park
... basil, cilantro, and tomatoes. Had to adjust the temperature of the refrigerator because some of the veggies were freezing. Also do not block the air vents with plastic bags!
We also had some help getting our cord for electricity hooked up. Levi, one of the handymen around the camp got us a plug we needed while he was in town and then put it all together for us so now we can plug in at our tent, or picnic table.
Early in the drive we came upon an elephant that was none too happy to see us. He let out a very loud roar (I didn't know an elephant could roar) and the guide said, "let's go the other way". He then attempted to turn the vehicle around on a narrow path, which ended up being a 14-point turn and getting slightly wedged between two trees. At this point, I think the elephant realized we were of no threat. We found that the elephant had a small baby with her, ...
... to the lions that hunt them. This was our first nighttime safari. It is dark and the guide uses a spotlight to look for nocturnal animals. (They do not shine it on animals that are not nocturnal...like hippos, baboons, etc., because this stresses them out). We did come upon a leopard hunting, which was amazing! Such a beautiful cat. We actually saw 2, but followed one for some time. Matt got some great shots, and she was very close by. We did ...
... South Luangwa National Park. We decided to do both of them the following day: day game drive (6.00 – 10.00) and night game drive (16.00 – 20.00). Finally the best deal came from the lodge situated next to ours called Track & Trail River Camp. The place is run by a very relaxed Dutch guy, Peter, who has been living in Zambia for 10 years. We went to his campsite to arrange both game drives (day – USD 35, night – USD 30) and stayed for a while talking not ...
... into Malawi, and Adam and Aneesha our new Canadian friends joining us. They have camped here too and been on the game drives with us. They are planning to bush taxi it in a similar direction to us through Malawi so it makes sense to travel together. They are great fun and good company. We head out early tomorrow into Malawi, with a plan to stay at Senga Bay.
We’ve been internetless for days and so there will be a mass upload of blogs soon.