Lions spotted in the early morning at Tuskers Bush Camp on camera trap

Tales from Tuskers Camera Trap: Lions at Tent 6 Pan!

Almost every night, Tuskers Bush Camp resident photographer, Daniel Dugmore, has heard lions calling around camp. The deep, resonating sound has penetrated the still, dark atmosphere, and with there being no fences around the camp, the powerful roar can be heard loud and clear. Guests enjoying the evening skies from around the campfire are treated to…

Birdwatching in Botswana: Greater Painted Snipe

The greater painted snipe is a fascinating and unusual species of wader occurring in the marshy wetlands of Botswana and elsewhere. It is not a commonly seen bird, so when guests at Tuskers Bush Camp caught these two males wading and feeding in a pan in the privately owned concession east of the Moremi Game…

All in a Game Drive at Tuskers Bush Camp

Even better than being located in one of Botswana’s best game viewing regions, is being located in a private concession spanning 365 000 hectares of mixed mopane woodland, tall mopane forests, kalahari acacia, and waterhole networks on the eastern border of Moremi Game Reserve. The wild, unfenced nature of Botswana’s national parks and game reserves…