From the camp, located in one of the richest game viewing areas within the park, guests report frequent sightings of hippo, elephant (family groups can easily reach up to 70 individuals), buffalo, puku, impala, zebra, kudu, giraffe, waterbuck, leopard, two large lion prides, hyena, Nile crocodile, and nearly 400 bird species.
In addition to the camp’s extensive walking safaris, safari-goers should not miss a night drive through the park. Africa’s normally elusive leopard is commonly sighted (95% of guests successfully glimpse one!) as well as other fantastic nocturnal animals including genet, civet, serval, hyena, bush-baby, porcupine, white-tailed mongoose, numerous owl species, nightjar, hippo, honey badger, and lion.
Specially designed hides provide another unique perspective on the area’s diverse wildlife. Six different hides, from an elephant hide in the treetops to one of the three grass hides set up at various water holes to a hippo hide along the riverbank, allow for spectacular photographic opportunities.