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The camp has been visited regularly by elephants, zebra and giraffes. Among our pachiderm friends, Sikio Mbovu and Sikio Mbovu Mdogo made their appearances. Sikio Mbovu Mdogo is a younger version of Sikio Mbovu, with the trait in common of a big notch in the ear (in ki-swahili Sikio Mbovu means bad/broken ear). Sikio Mbovu has allowed Mdogo to partecipate to some of his favorite practices, such as digging for water pipes in camp, at the point that Mdogo is now enough confident to deal with the pipes by himself!
Click on the picture to watch the full gallery from Godson: don’t miss the beautiful elephant Jonathan, we are so happy to see him around too!
While elephants, greater kudus, buffalos, hippos and impala are daily encounters in camp, lions are not so frequent visitors of the camp. Big surprise for our staff to find 3 lioness endulging themselves for a nap under the shade of the dining roof, opening an eye, in their feline way, to peek at the calm waters of Lake Manze occasionally.
Click on the picture to watch the full gallery from Kipondo.