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Kingly Explorer Camp is located in the Big 5 GDP reserve, and is known for its prolific elephant and buffalo sightings.


In addition to leopard, lion and cheetah, you will also see several species of predators.

You might also spot African wild dog, cheetah, honey badger, porcupine, aardvark, civet, caracal and serval.

Hyenas are also prominent in the reserve and play a vital role in cleaning the reserve of debris.


In addition to the big five, wildlife that’s regularly sighted includes giraffe, zebra, warthog, spotted hyena, baboon, hippo, impala, kudu, vervet monkey, waterbuck, wildebeest, bushbaby, mongoose, duiker, and steenbok. 

Around camp, elephants and buffaloes are often seen. There are plenty of plains game and typical bushveld mammals in the reserve.


Birds to spot include are vultures, owls, bee-eaters, rollers, eagles, bustards, hornbills, starlings, and shrikes. Water birds such as herons, storks, plovers, spoonbills, and sandpipers are commonly spotted along the banks of the Olifants River, alongside African fish-eagles, kingfishers, and African jacana. Woodland specials such as orioles, robins, larks, chats, and coucals are also frequently spotted. 

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