Wednesday, May 6, 2015

On Safari With Curtis 5 May 2015

5 May 2015

Our last morning on this particular tour and we set off early again in the hope of a last few memorable sightings.

The most memorable of the sightings was our rhino sighting. We had seen one yesterday but from a long distance away and everyone was eager to see this enigmatic creature close up before we left the park.

We were in luck as on the final stretch of the drive we found a white rhino grazing away. He was about thirty meters away but we waited patiently as he moved closer to us and we were rewarded as he ended up just a few meters from the osv giving us great photo opportunities.

Our second highlight was our trip up the top of Matekenyane view point where the guests enjoyed a stunning view and appreciate just how huge the park is.

It also gave all the guests the chance to enjoy some group photos, although the synchronized jumping needs working on guys.

Other sights today included three lionesses,  elephants, buffalo, kudu, zebra, impala, warthog, waterbuck, giraffe, hippo, crocodile and leopard tortoise.

Birds included saddle billed stork, African fish eagle, white breasted cormorants, pied kingfisher, African jacanas, white backed vultures and plenty more.

So it's goodbye to Anita, Archie, Christina and Priya. It's been great having you guys on tour and has been very memorable over the last four days.

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