At times during the day, this African safari webcam is mounted on a game driving car and its a real time experience as you drive through the reserve hoping to catch sight of animals such as lions, leopards, buffalos, elephants and rhinos. There are twoi safaris most days but if you are in the UK you'll need to get up early as the mroning safari starts at 4:30am GMT, but the second safari starts at a more reasonable 1:30pm. When a safari is not taking place the webcam switches over to one located at a waterhole in the Djuma Game Reserve within Kruger National Park.
The dam itself is a regular haunt for the animals noted above particularly during the winter months, when it is very dry there and the water is needed for the animals' wellbeing.
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