The main buildings - and the tents - of Tanda Tula are situated between the Sand River and on the other side a big waterhole. The water attracts a variety of animals. In the camp the Nyala Antilopes graze freely between the tents and Woodland Kingfishers are flying off and on next to the (open) dining area. Vervet Monkeys try to steal your early morning muffins and when I was reading a book on our tent-veranda, I saw an African Wildcat chasing squirls just next to the tent. The highlight in that camp was the encounter with the Boomslang. Near the waterhole, birds are abundant and these lovely white faced ducks visited every day.
Wishing you all a lovely weekend! Enjoy!