Zarafa Camp: Wildlife Gallery

Located in Selinda Reserve, Botswana

A lion patrols his territory in the Selinda Reserve.

A leopard lazes in a tree near Zarafa Camp.

The Selinda Reserve is home to multiple dens of endangered African wild (or painted) dogs.

A Korhaan, Africa's heaviest flying bird, one of the more than 300 bird species found near Zarafa.

Pods of hippos fill every waterway in the Selinda Reserve, including the Zibadianja Lagoon, where Zarafa is located.

The Selinda Spillway (seen from above) flows seasonally and draws wildlife from miles around.

Palms frame a lone elephant near Zarafa.

The dim light of dusk silhouettes giraffes in the Selinda Reserve.

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