African Bush Blog
Safari news in category ‘Stories from the Bush’
We enjoy safaris game viewing, we also enjoy to share our safari stories with you!
Lions prey on Elephants in the Linyanti Concession Botswana
See lions prey feeding off elephant carcasses in the Linyanti Concession (Chobe enclave, Botswana) - another instance of great predator sightings at the peak season. Read More »
Predators visit Somalisa Camp & Somalisa Acacia
Lions, Wild Dogs, Leopard and Hyena visit Somalisa Camp & Somalisa Acacia in Hwange. Read More »
A ‘must-do’ in the Green Season in Botswana
A unique destination in Botswana, Nxai Pan is a 'must-do' for travellers' in the Green Season. When the rainy season arrives in November, Nxai Pan is transformed into a wildlife paradise. Find out why Nxai Pan is a must on your safari 'to do' list, and must be visited in the green season. Read More »
Facing water shortage in Hwange.
African Bush Camps in collaboration with African Bush Camps Foundation are finding solutions to the critical water shortage in Hwange National Park. Thanks your support, a third pan is being added to the list of waterholes to be pumped within the H2O Hwange campaign. Read More »
Taking part in the great ‘Game Count’
International and local volunteers contribute to conservation with the Annual Zimbabwe Wildlife Consensus (the 'Game Count') that takes place during the Full Moon, end of September in Mana Pools & Hwange National Parks. Figure out how it is organized. Read More »