Nsele Safaris & Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
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... of the strongest carnivorous jaws in the African bush. Their fore legs are slightly longer than their hind legs, therefore have a natural down towards the rear. All of their legs have unique and easily distinguishable black hoops that can be used for specific identification. The Brown Hyaena on Pidwa were originally translocated to the reserve as part of a distribution expansion trial, where they would be collared and monitored upon arrival. My colleague Katie did ...
... known as the Matriarch and any related cows or calves. Cows stay with their original natal herd, whereas males tend to move out when they become sexually mature from 14 years onwards. Due to the drought, there are now limited sites on the reserve with large masses of water. This often results in a higher density of wildlife within the region and more frequent incredible encounters like this morning as I hope my photography ...
... with them!
Can you guess what this is??
They were so close to us!
On our way back to the lodge we ran across ...
... and along the way we spy an African Owl. Next we blow a tire. Next we’re flashed by a zebra. Then we arrive and are checked in by Glory who is delightful. Our accommodations are similar to what we had a Billy’s, upgraded and quite nice.
Quickly, however, we know we have a problem. None of our devices (B4’s iPhone 6, my iPhone 5S, my Dell Laptop or her Surface) will connect to the web. Other ...
Finally I have been able to sit down for enough time to write this. I feel although I've been doing everything yet nothing at the same time, and before I know it another week has past. This time last week I was excited about jumping into a gorge, but it honestly feels like yesterday. Four weeks I've been here (four weeks longer than I thought I would be able to manage) which has meant four weeks straight of waking up at five every ...