Click the play button below to watch the live feed, straight from Elephant Plains Game Lodge, Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa.
The water hole provides a drinking spot for all the Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo), as well as more rare predators such as cheetah and wild dogs. As the name Elephant Plains suggests, this water holes is frequently visited by the Elephants in the region. Elephant Plains is also legendary for providing some of the best sightings of Leopard and if you are lucky she will bring her cubs for a family outing to the water hole
Click the play button below to watch the live feed, straight from Nkorho Bush Lodge, Sabi Sand Game Reserve, South Africa.
The Nkorho Pan waterhole is located at Nkorho Bush Lodge in the North Eastern corner of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve about 1km (0.62 miles) from the unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park. The Pan is situated at the bottom of an open plain, about 250m from Nkorho Bush Lodge with the camera located on top of a termite mound on the Eastern side.
The pan is frequented by a number of “resident” animals in particular is the resident herd of wildebeest and impala and a family of warthogs that can often be seen drinking and wallowing in the mud at the pan. There is also a variety of bird life with over 100 species being sited and recorded on our data base.
Click the play button below to watch the live feed, straight from Idube Game Reserve.
Idube is a safari lodge situated in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, in the heart of South Africa’s Greater Kruger Park. This camera is positioned at Scotia Dam and provides not only an abundance of african wildlife but also a vast and tranquil viewing experience with its panoramic vista and dynamic stereo sound.
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Pete's Pond is located on Mashatu Game Reserve in South-Eastern Botswana and renowned for its high-level of animal activity, especially during the dry season.
With a bit of patience you can expect to see anything from elephants coming for a drink to a Monitor lizard roaming the side of the Pond. And from the antics of vervet monkeys and baboons to fishing Hamerkop birds.
Click the play button below to watch the live feed, straight from Djuma Private Game Reserve.
This camera is located on Djuma Private Game Reserve inside the Sabi Sand and part of the Greater Kruger National Park. It overlooks Gowrie Dam which is located right in front of Djuma's 5 star Vuyatela guest lodge.
This camera is one of the longest running waterhole cameras in Africa and in particular during the dry season often home to leopards or lions coming for a drink or elephants coming for a swim.
Click the play button below to watch the live feed, straight from Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
Djuma Safari broadcasts LIVE safaris daily from the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa. Every day there is a safari at 06h00 CAT to 09h00CAT and one at 15h30CAT to 18h30 CAT. The safari consists of a Presenter/Expert Ranger who drives around the reserve looking for animals both big and small. A camera person sits on the back of the safari vehicle and their camera is your eyes. This gives a fantastic feeling of actually being on the back of the vehicle as it bumps through the splendid African bush.