Animals of the Self-Drive Safari

So, you might have been wondering what animals we actually saw while on safari. We thought we’d answer that question with a little photo essay. Keep in mind that we did not (unfortunately) have a great camera. Only our little point-and-shoot. We did try to edit some of the photos to see the animals better. Hopefully you’ll get the idea anyway!

So, here they are… in alphabetical order!

Baboons

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Cheetah (Unfortunately, we did not see these in the wild…)

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Chobe Chicken (Helmeted Guinea Fowl)

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Elephant

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Giraffe

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Hippo

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Honey Badger

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Hyrax

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Impala

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Jackal

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Kudu

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Lion

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Mongoose

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Monkey

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Oryx

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Ostrich

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Rhino

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Sable

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Springbok

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Warthog

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Wildebeest

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Zebra

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There were some other animals that we saw that we simply didn’t get a great picture of. These were the hyena, African buffalo, a roan antelope, and several other kinds of antelope. There were also a few notable things that we didn’t see that we really would have liked to… a leopard and an eland.

7 thoughts on “Animals of the Self-Drive Safari

  1. Oh my goodness I am irrationally impressed that you saw a honey badger.

    Really awesome though, you guys got to see a lot of animals!

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