The rainy season arrived with gusto this year, and we have experienced some extreme water levels at the Ghoha Hill waterhole (the highest we have ever seen).
Tropical Cyclone Dineo swept through from the Indian Ocean and delivered some more rain last week, which brings us to these images of our hide overlooking a very full pan!
It is amazing how nature works, bringing both drought and floods in a short space of time. We will look back on this time when the dry season comes around once again.
The heavy rains have opened up a world of wonder for our wildlife. From spotting the Marsh Pride of lions to observing impala, elephants, ostriches and owls; our game drives are heaving with sightings.
We’ve had a hippo in the waterhole at the hide, which is very unusual, and have enjoyed seeing the abundance of baby antelope starting life in the Savuti.