Eyes in the bush

Listen to the birds – and they will often tell you exactly what you want to know.

Is there a leopard loose? A jackal lurking? A lioness on the hunt?

That’s just one of the reasons we love to employ locals at our tented camps in both the Serengeti and the Masai Mara. They’re familiar with all the different bird calls. they can interpret them. they understand what signs to look for, and they exactly what is going on in the bush. They’ve grown up here, lived here most of their lives and they are instinctively at one with the landscape and it’s wildlife.

While each of our guests have their own vehicle for game drives, they’ll always be accompanied by an experienced tracker or spotter, or both.

In that way, we know they’ll always get the most out of their time with us, whether through seeing and learning about the wildlife, recognizing the different topographies and environments, and appreciating the thrills and mysteries of this great land.

And, of course, they’ll learn about the bird life – and hear first hand the secrets it will always reveal.

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