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Deception Valley, Central Kalahari Four cheetah were stalking a young oryx that was standing by itself. The oryx saw them and began to edge closer until the cheetah gave chase, catching it within fifty yards. One of the cheetah jumped onto the oryx’ back and pulled it down. The oryx began bleating as one cheetah caught it on the throat and another got a grip on its groin. A few minutes later...

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There are many stories of hippo chasing off predators in the act of a kill. I observed wild dogs killing a puku on the edge of the Chobe River. Whilst the wild dogs were eating a hippo charged out the water and the dogs moved off. The hippo returned to the water and the dogs approached the carcass, causing the hippo to charged yet again. This went on for a while until the dogs moved off a dista...

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Hippos are known to wander great distances at night in search of food. In Botswana, I observed a hippo that had wandered too far from the Linyanti system one night and ended up in the Savuti Marsh area. Its time of arrival in Savuti coincided with a water crisis. The waterholes were dry and many animals were milling around in confusion. The hippo was stranded at one of the dry pans. The days were ...

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There was one instance in the Okavango in which a giraffe was feeding on some acacias and minding its own business when an elephant approached, also busily feeding. It turned out that the elephant was heading for the same trees as the giraffe. As the elephant got closer the giraffe moved a step forward as if to block its path. The two stood face to face for more than fifteen minutes before the ele...

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Rwanda gorilla trekking is the most amazing thing one can ever do in life and feel uplifted. It’s not for the unfit or those with health problems but if you have none of the above, gorilla tracking is really a life time experience. Oh my God, what an incredible ultimate wildlife encounter Rwanda has for travelers. During the planning and booking session of the , good not to concentrate on costs ...

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Planning to visit East Africa? There are endless tourist attractions to visit and the Great Migration from Tanzania’s Serengeti to the Maasai Mara in Kenya is nature’s greatest spectacle. The herds make the 1,200-mile oval circuit with two things in mind: food and water and along the way many migrating animals become prey to predators including lion, cheetah, crocodile and hyena. Se...

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The idea of the bespoke gorilla adventures and Trekking is to enjoy the wild and remote areas of Africa the way it was done in old era, with only basic comfort and in an effort to come close to Nature herself. By catering for one party at a time that is guided by a qualified and experienced professional guide we create a platform for tailor-made, exclusive, memorable journeys enjoyed in a variety ...

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Uganda the pearl of Africa, with ten National Parks and lots of attractions in them. Don’t miss out to adventure in all or some these national parks. Starting west is more appropriate and end east. Very early in the morning drive from Kampala through Mubende as enjoy the road side green environment to Kibale Forest National Park renown mainly Chimpanzee tracking as well as other primates. This p...

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Primates are among the rewarding wildlife that tourists look for in Africa. Today many visitors to East Africa & Central Africa enjoy primates safaris in different countries such as Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and more. Some of the primates in the wild environments include gorillas, chimpanzees, golden Monkeys, vervet Monkeys, colobus monkeys, bonobos, baboon...

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