any time there is an animal you want to see up close. You can stand in safety only a few feet away from a group of elephants, near enough to see their eyelashes.
As a part of the conservation effort Jeremy and Katie adopt orphaned animals who live around the camp and visit with guests. They have raised kudu, bush buck, a serval cat, several dik-dik and two ostriches.
Small visitors are also actively encouraged in the lodge. Harry the hornbill will eat from a steady hand. Quizzical furry hyrax survey the breakfast table from the branches of their home-tree inside the lodge and bird tables surrounding the lodge host flocks of splendid starlings, and bee-eaters.
An occasional rustle below your feet, and scattered souvenir quills are signs that the local porcupine is still residence under the lodge’s floor.