&Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp hosts some extra special visitors

&Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp never disappoints. The wildlife sightings have been incredible, both in and out of the camp.

&Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp never disappoints. The wildlife sightings have been incredible, both in and out of the camp.

When &Beyond Guest Relations Manager Lyn Harrison visited over the December holidays, there was plenty of excitement when the two Charleston male lions were chased into camp by two other males. Not even two weeks later, head ranger Brett Devitt spotted the same formidable pair in camp yet again, much to everyone’s great excitement.

As if that wasn’t enough, ranger Jason Glanville was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time as the Toulon pack of endangered African wild dogs made their long-awaited return to our property. And to top it all off, ranger Jarryd du Preez managed to photograph two beautiful leopards slinking past the camp’s exit sign, further proving that &Beyond Kirkman’s Kamp really is the place to visit for extraordinary wildlife sightings.

Images courtesy of Lyn Harrison, Brett Devitt, Jason Glanville and Jarryd du Preez.

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