When you walk through camp to find a herd of around twenty Impala being bold enough to walk through the pathways you know something is up. The Imapala were most likely using the camp as shelter, this proved to be the case once the guests went their drive to find the dogs on a Kudu kill minutes from camp. They clearly thought it best to use us as some sort of protection.
It was a very wet day yesterday with our guests choosing to spend the afternoon in camp. With the lagoon right in front of Zarafa we were able to make the most of David’s, one of the guests, 500mm lens and shoot the hippos that were playing just in front as the sun went down, G&T in hand of course.
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