Archive for October 2015 | Monthly archive page
A walking safari is an experience like no other. When you’re in the bush on foot, you truly become part of the environment, and not just a spectator.
You become very aware of the sounds and smells of the wilderness, quickly tuning into the tracks that you are walking over, the alarm calls of the francolin, squirrels, baboons and vervet monkeys around you, warning of the presence of any predators nearby.
On the last canoe trail of the season, as we camped along the Selinda Spillway on our first night, relaxing underneath the clear starry sky, we were serenaded by two male lions roaring nearby. // read more >