It’s that weekend feeling!
Two elephant buddies drinking together at a dam in Pilanesberg National Park.
A rare three-legged elephant drinking at a waterhole in Madikwe Game Reserve.
Every day around 2 PM the elephants in Madikwe Game Reserve come down to the waterhole in front of Jaci’s Tree Lodge. It is a beautiful sight to see these huge animals make haste to get to the water and have a drink!
Winter is coming, they say. In Pilanesberg the mornings are becoming chilly, with mist that forms over bodies of water like this waterhole. The Egyptian geese are just waking up and arranging their feathers. It’s going to be a lovely day!
A family of elephants drinking at a waterhole in Pilanesberg National Park. I love how green everything still is! It makes seeing animals a little bit more challenging, but the sightings that you do get are usually great because they are really close.
It’s getting hot in Zambia – and the elephants in South Luangwa National Park take the opportunity to take a refreshing bath.
An elephant mother and her calf drinking at a waterhole.
Photo taken in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia