Most visitors to Kapama have been sold by the idea of seeing the Big 5.
But what most quests don’t realize is that there are a lot more to a game drive than seeing the Big 5. The smaller animals and even the plants can be just as interesting and sometimes even more so. If you are ever a visitor at Kapama River Lodge, you will get the best of both worlds. The well qualified rangers and trackers will give you an experience that will allow you to see the best of the best (Big 5) and at the same time make you realize just how magnificent the rest of the bush can be. They will give you mind blowing information and will show you things that you might have never seen before.
Showing you things like trees that can help with illnesses and the role that every species in the bush plays, from the largest (Elephants) to some of the smallest (dung beetles and other insects). You will see that everything lives in a tight balance with the rest of the environment them, helping in some form or another to keep the ecosystem running smoothly.
But I am not going to tell you everything in my blog story; you have to come pay us a visit to hear all the amazing things that happens in the bush. So I will see you all soon and can’t wait to teach you more about the comings and goings of Kapama!
An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.
Stefan de Weerd