|sitting and dining area|
|The stunning central areas|
|Our gorgeous room|
|Bath with a view!|
A dry river bed separated us from a water hole where we saw elephants every day coming to drink.
Twice a day we went out in the jeeps. The first start was 5.30 in the morning, returning around 9am for breakfast. For the rest of the day we were at leisure. The second safari was at 4pm until around 7pm when we returned for dinner.
Once dark we were escorted to and from our lodges, as there was always a chance of leopards roaming around.
|elephants come for a drink|
Our guide, Bradley, looked after us very well. His knowledge of the animals, the information shared, the humour and fun was second to none.
Every morning he would set up a table, (plus cloth!) to serve teas and coffees. Every afternoon he would do the same but this time there was a choice of wine, beer, G&T, or whatever you wished.
|Bradley serves the tea and coffee|
|Always ready for a cuppa|
|Not a Zebra crossing but a giraffe!|
|The Imbali Pride, about 18 of them|