Beho Beho Bushblog – Salum – 6th July

Today I took a family of four guests to lake Tagalala for boating. We left camp at six thirty. I found a Hyena’s den with one cub about four months old and three adults at Matambwe road about half a kilometre from Beho Beho International. They were so friendly because when we arrived there every one woke up and came near the car to see what was going on. Even a cub came out of the den. We carried on with our fabulous drive to Sean’s cliff where we stopped for tea and coffee. Then we went to the Lake. On the way we saw a lot like Elephant, Buffalo, Giraffe, Zebra, Wildebeest, Warthog, Baboon, Waterbuck and Impala. Also we saw lion’s tracks at Sean’s cliff, they were heading to the old Tagalala road. Our boating was fantastic because we saw a lot of Crocodiles, Hippos and nice birds. But the number of Crocodiles we saw was incredible. I think because it is some how cold in the mornings now that’s why they are coming out to gain some heat. After the boating we went to the Hot Springs for refreshment. We started at the hot pool then the middle one and we end up in the bottom one with the falls. On the way back the game was fantastic because we saw a family of Elephants with a baby drinking at the Sean’s cliff. What I did like was the behaviour they showed for us. After drinking the baby went to greet one of the Elephants as the photo shows. It was so special to see that. Then we saw a big breeding herd of Buffalo, lots of Pelicans, Vultures and Marabou stork.

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