22 February 2015
This morning was in complete contrast to the last few days. Hot and humid had been replaced with overcast and drizzle. However this didn't storage sighting on this the last day of the tour.
The highlight of the morning was a cheetah sighting, found by Mark early morning when we got there we found two cheetah walking along a firebreak road about ten meters from the road. We followed them for some distance as they scent marked their territory. What made it more interesting was their calling out, probably for their lost brother. Eventually they crossed over the road and moved further into the grass.
We also had a great sighting of a clan of hyena feeding on a carcass, a female leopard who had also made a kill and dragged it up into a tree, plenty of elephants, rhino including a crash of six, kudu, giraffe, waterbuck, zebra and impala.
A great end to another great tour. Then it was time to transfer back to Nelspruit and say goodbye to Sabina and Samuel. Been great having you on tour and hope to see back here in South Africa one day. I know how much you have enjoyed the last four days.