This camp is situated next to a dry riverbed, however, the clay soil acts as a giant sponge holding vast amounts of underground water and keeping the vegetation lush all year round.
There are fifteen bungalows
that are situated along the usually dry riverbed.
The camp has two hides, one at the entrance of the camp, facing south and overlooking a floodlit waterhole...
In 2009 a leopard was photographed drinking at this waterhole at night - you can see the photographs inside the hide.
Since then, a few fortunate guests have witnessed a lion kill against the camp fence and our friend, Kaja Voth, saw two leopard cubs in a tree in front of her cottage!
The second hide faces west and is located at the other end of the camp...
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The photographs should be taken in the camp or within the Talamati area.
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