Posted by & filed under Guest Blog, Kanana.

“The lions walked through camp this morning,” says Junior, who picked us up from the airstrip, almost casually while steering the game viewer over dirt roads and through tall hippo grass on the short drive to Kanana camp. “Whaaaat?,” I reply, unable to control the excitement in my voice. I have been in and out… Read more »

Posted by & filed under Kanana, Omphile Kaluluka (Specialist Guide), Robby, Safari Stories.

One of the most productive activities in the Okavango Delta eco-system is the breeding of the abundant birdlife that call this magnificent wilderness home. Yellow-billed storks are one of the many species of birds currently roosting at the Kanana heronry. The heronry is such an exciting and special place because you get to witness the… Read more »

Posted by & filed under Kanana, Robby, Safari Stories.

It was time to head out for an afternoon of fishing and birding on the winding channels of the Xudum River at Kanana. We took a leisurely cruise admiring the fauna and flora of the surrounding landscape, flushing african darters and malachite kingfishers as we made our way through the papyrus lined channels. It was… Read more »

Posted by & filed under Kanana, Omphile Kaluluka (Specialist Guide), Safari Stories, Simon (Kanana guide).

A few weeks ago Moses Teko, Ker & Downey Botswana Guide Trainer, reported from Kanana that this resident female leopard was hiding in the trunk of a large sausage tree (Blog link here). Moses suspected that she had cubs as she had been seen in that location for every day consecutively for a week. Two… Read more »