Same trip – one of our favourite spot – Mabuesehube Main Pan, Camp Site GMA4. There is a lapa structure where we take shade, a shower with borehole water and a long drop loo. We bring the rest – 4×4 vehicles with roof top tents, an extra ground tent if required, yummy food, fridges to keep the bubbly cold, good books, games and a sense of true privilege at the reality of being so very remote. The lions walk by if we’re lucky, and roar at night, whilst the ground squirrels make friends and the opportunist black backed jackal always looks for something to steal …. 

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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