Animals abound in this thriving conservancy. Charge up your camera and focus your binoculars, there’s so much to see. Elephants crash through the acacia scrub, hippos submerge themselves in the slimy pools, an elusive leopard lolls in the high branches - our determined guides will train your eyes to distinguish the creatures from their natural camouflage.
Barufa is an excellent spotter of wildlife. He’s been tracking wild animals since the 1970s when he started in the field of mobile safaris. He’s a member of the Waiangulu - a tribe of hunters and trackers from the coastal region of Kenya.
“I like finding the more unusual animals to really surprise our guests. Some of the rarest creatures I’ve seen include a pack of six wild dogs. If you’re patient, we could find an aadvark on a night game drive. That’s when you see the quiet, shy creatures like genet cats and honey badgers.”
“David and Barufa timed it just right - we got to the river and saw a croc snap up a wildebeest” Florence and Miles, USA
“Once I saw five cheetahs during the high season - the guests and I spent an hour and a half with them on our own, there were no other vehicles showing up to share the experience, it was unique - you’re paying for the privacy. I’ve seen everything within five minutes of the camp.” Melinda, Manager, Ol Seki