While we were in Botswana, we were extremely privileged to spend the night at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary.
Covering an impressive 8,000 hectares, the Khama Rhino Sanctuary(more info on the Wiki-page) has become a prime habitat for both white and black rhinos. As well as more than 30 other animal species and 230 species of bird. It’s no surprise, then, that this was one of our favourite places that we visited during our trip to Botswana.
We had our own little cabin right on site. Tucked away in a bush and complete with our very own toilet and shower. While our cabin was smack bang in the middle of wildlife territory, the plain was only accessible by 4WD. So, our guide picked us up from our cabin in the bush and it wasn’t long until we started spotting some fantastic animals.
Just fifty meters away we came across a group of Kudus, and not long afterwards, we spotted a fat lazy rhino relaxing. Later that day, during our evening drive, we saw even more wildlife. But that you’ll see below in the many photographs that I took. After all of the day’s excitement, we made our campfire on the braai pit. And we enjoyed star gazing under the unbelievably clear skies.
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