Monday is upon us, and the bushveld is buzzing with activity. Many of us break for the weekend, but the bushveld doesn’t sleep. It thrives 24/7 with endless ruthless tales of predators stripping herds of their young ones, arboreal creatures hiding out in their woody habitats, elephants splashing in waterholes, scavengers seeking out a bushveld fast food meal and non-stop activity from all species across the board.
Within all of our camps and lodges in our portfolio, life continues as per usual. Umkumbe have enjoyed regular sightings of an unknown leopard, Little Bush’s cub and a stocky male called Inyathini. Africa on Foot and nThambo Tree Camp continue to spot the Mbiri males, the Ross Pride lionesses and the two older breakaway females.
Chacma Bush Bush Camp is brimming with elephant sightings, which is nothing unique! There have also been a number of snake sightings which would please the herpetologists out there.
Xaxaba is yet another addition to the growing Sun Destinations family of camps, and is run by Afrika Ecco Safaris from the local Xaxaba community. It is located on a private island deep within the heart of the Okavango Delta, a world-heritage site renown for its abundance of wildlife. This is a true rustic, wilderness experience ideal for the wild at heart.
Today we’re going to let the images do the talking.