53 Photos - Oct 10, 2014
Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The smallest, under its mother on the far right, is less than one month old.Photo: The baby is less than one month old.Photo: The baby is less than one month old.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Our guide thought this was a brother and sister.Photo: Our guide thought this was a brother and sister.Photo: Photo: Our guide thought this was a brother and sister.Photo: This lion was guarding the remains of an earlier kill.  A partly-eaten carcas was in the trees behind him. Our guide said it was some sort of antelope; he could see the horns. I could see the vague shape in the shadows, but I couldn't see the horns.Photo: Cape buffaloPhoto: Black rhinocerosPhoto: Black rhinocerosPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Cape buffaloPhoto: White rhinoceros, dehorned to deter poachers.Photo: Hippo and baby. Viewing them on two days, they never raised their heads further out of the water. This, poor as it is, is the best photo I got.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Vervet monkeyPhoto: Kariega River Lodge, where we stayed for three nights. (http://www.kariega.co.za/)Photo: Standing on the balcony in front of our room.Photo: Victor with a thorny acacia tree, one of the elephants' favorites.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: White rhinocerosPhoto: White rhinocerosPhoto: It was cold when the morning game drives started! Happily, in six game drives and one walk, it never rained on us.Photo: Photo: Photo: Monitor lizardPhoto: