The sun is sinking lower over big-sky country. There’s the carefree wallowing of hippos. Now the elegant bobbing heads of scarce reticulated giraffe and elephants following long-held migration routes.
The sound of skittish herds of zebra. No less than three prides of stalking lions. Throw leopard into the mix, and African wild dogs, one of the continent’s rarest predators.
Expert trackers and drivers tailor game drives to your individual preferences here, where the footfall is limited to a few vehicles dispersed across 57,000 acres.
Two year-round rivers and several permanent spring-fed waterholes attract 50 mammal and 260 bird species, so afternoon game drives at Loisaba Conservancy are never the same twice.