Monthly Archives: September 2014

Beho Beho Bushblog – Goldlisten – 18th September

To make guests dreams come true is one of the guide’s responsibilities and I do enjoy that. I’ve had wonderful sightings this week here in Selous, first one was Lions mating around Lake Tagalala, on my way to the hot … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushmail – Dry Season 2014/15

Clouds of dust rise beneath hundreds of hoofs as the herd of 300 buffalo make their journey from the relative cool of the shade in the forest, over the scorched earth of the open plain in front of camp to … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Salum – 17th September

Three fantastic drives consecutively. The first one I was with a couple on board to Lake Tagalala for the boat excursion.  Tagalala trip is always fantastic because there are three activities in one. Game drive to the lake, boat cruising … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Phil – 12th September

The big, the small and the journeymen returning – life amidst August rains in Selous.   Whatever time of year you decide to visit Selous, you will be visiting a place – an ecosystem, constantly changing, its community of living … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bush Blog – Saningo – 10 September

I was heading out on a great afternoon drive, and while I was driving we encounter a nice Rock python nearby the forest by the treehouse. Unfortunately it was only a glimpse of it, so I couldn’t manage to get … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Walter – 30th August

The Selous is becoming drier day by day, and so the large congregations of wildlife develop around the permanent water points. Lake Manze is a thriving movement of wildebeest with hundreds coming to drink every day, to quench their thirst. … Continue reading

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