Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Kruger National Park - Part 9

White-fronted Bee-eaters

Today's post is perhaps my favorite in the Kruger National Park series. The photos were all taken at the Pafuri Camp and testify to how amazing our stay was. We saw a wide variety of animals and birds from our luxury tents and the main lodge. Most of the wildlife we saw were drawn to the river and surrounding greenery.

All of the photos were taken by me, except for the one directly below. Jessica borrowed my camera to capture this White-fronted Bee-eater outside her tent. Our tents were framed in with wooden floors, decks and roofs. We even had the option of an outdoor shower. The water was heated by solar panels.

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White-fronted Bee-eater
Photo by Jessica Morley

White-fronted Bee-eater and Blue Waxbill

Blue Waxbill

Our luxury tent

Outside our luxury tent

Samantha and Jessica enjoying
the view from their tent

Jeremiah with an Nyala walking past

Male Nyala at the river

Female Nyala


Elephant and Crocodile

Amanda on the boardwalk

The long winding boardwalk



Starling and Buffalo

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