Christy and John's Travels travel blog

Njuku Hill camp

thirsty elephants

Liliac Breasted Roller (LBR)

thirsty zebra

black backed jackel


This unpronouncable park is known for migrating zebra herds during the dry season. While here, we saw some large herds of zebra (several hundred), but nothing that could be called a migration.

We spent two days at the Njuca Hills campsite, which doesn't have much wildlife, but had sweeping views of the plains. The best part was that we had the campground to ourselves as there are only two campsites and the other one was empty. We also spent two days at Khumaga camp which is on the Boteli River. This campsite wasn't as private, but there were many more critters at the nearby hippo pools and water holes. No cat or dog sightings here, but lots of jackals and elephants and birds.



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