Our guides, Rangani and Moses were excellent. Very knowledgable, experienced and great at tracking the animals. They could really explain in great detail all that we were seeing and experiencing, far beyond our expectations.
Note that you will walk, a lot... For those not prepared then don't bother but note that you are probably missing an experience of a lifetime.
We were a bit ill prepared expecting it to be warmer so recommendations are to have a rain jacket and sweater available during the Spring and possibly summer. The huts are basic but clean, the food was plentiful and well prepared by our camp host and chef, Henry who always had a smile on his face and happy to get you anything you needed.
Make sure you bring your selection of drinks as aside from the camp water, there aren't any other options.
We saw lots of Rhinos, Elephants, Giraffes, Hippos, A nesting Crocodile, Zebra and tracked a herd of buffalo as well. We heard hyenas and lions but never managed to walk up on them... Rangani and Moses showed us bushman paintings and caves in a few locations and were amazing at spotting the smallest of animals or other wildlife.
A great trip, book well in advance (6 months at least) as these trips are limited to 8 only...
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