SAFARI SIGHTINGS 1 – 7 March ’20

Big 5 safari sightings for the week of 1 to 7 March 2020

 

Sunday 1 March 2020

 

  • 19 Lions (Kudyela Pride) aswell as 1 male from the Machaton Coalition moving North from Thlamba Bejan Dam
  • 1 Lioness (Kudyela Pride) with 2 small cubs sleeping in the drainage line North of Billy’s Lodge
  • 2 Male Lion (Machaton Males) sleeping North of Dead End dam
  • 3 White Rhino feeding near Mohlabetsi/Hearnes Cutline
  • 1 Elephant Bull feeding near Andre Se Pad

 

Monday 2 March 2020

 

  • 30+ Elephants feeding near 4/5 Cutline
  • 2 White Rhino feeding on the Western side of Dead End Dam
  • 2 Male Lion (Machaton Males) sleeping North of Hearnes/Impalabos West Cutline
  • 1 Elephant Bull feeding near Bruite Weg
  • 1 Lioness with 2 cubs sleeping North of Kambaku Dam
  • 1 White Rhino Bull feeding near Xigamba Dam
  • 15+ Elephants feeding near Huppel Weg

 

Tuesday 3 March 2020

 

  • 60+ Elephants drinking water at Van Wyk Tranke
  • 2 White Rhino drinking from Kudu Dam
  • 2 White Rhino with 1 small calf feeding near Luiperden Weg
  • 4 White Rhino feeding near Xikulu Dam
  • 25+ Elephants feeding near Huppel Weg

 

Wednesday 4 March 2020

 

  • 1 Female Leopard heading North from Pondoro Main
  • 1 Female Leopard (Faka Nchovela) heading North along Hamilton North
  • 50+ Elephants feeding around Pride Rock
  • 1 Male Lion (Machaton Male) sleeping near Nonwane Entrance

 

Friday 6 March 2020

 

  • 20 Lions (Kudyela Pride) sleeping near Ungulube North
  • 1 Female Leopard (Nkanyi) heading East from Baksteen
  • 20+ Elephants feeding near Bruite Weg
  • 2 Black Rhino and 1 White Rhino feeding near Venture Camp Dam

 

Saturday 7 March 2020

 

  • 2 Male Lions (Machaton Males) sleeping near Ungulube North
  • 20 Lions (Kudyela Pride) sleeping near Koert Waterhole
  • 30+ Elephants heading East from Groeneboom
  • 15+ Elephants feeding near Pondoro Main
  • 2 White Rhino feeding near Van Wyk Tranke
  • 2 Elephant Bulls drinking from Dead End Dam

 

 

This is a summary of the big 5 sightings we had during the week,