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Death of a lion cub


Sad news at Ghoha is that we have recently discovered the death of one of the Ghoha Pride lion cubs. It is not easy for any young animals out there, but lions' mortality rate sits at a high 50%. That is because of the incredible risk they face after birth: hyenas, buffaloes, and other lions are their biggest threats in the wild. One of the Ghoha Pride twins was absent from 2 sightings, and it can therefore be confirmed that it has not survived.

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Guests feedback


We love to hear back from our guests once the cameras are packed up and the binoculars tucked away safely until the next safari holiday comes calling. It is important to us to have made this journey to the famous Savute Marsh unforgettable, and when our guests return for their next dose of Africa, we know we're on the right track! Thank you to our repeat guest, Beverly for taking the time to post us photos from her stay, and to stock up her Instagram account (@squidgallery) with fantastic images from her safari with Ghoha, and for the kind words she posted on our TripAdvisor page. Until next time, Beverly!

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Waterhole Activity


"We can spend the whole day here on the balcony just observing the waterhole," an excited guest remarked one morning at Ghoha after watching large herds of buffalo, elephant, kudu, impala, zebra and giraffe arrive to drink.

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Ghoha Hills May Newsletter

 

Ghoha Hills May Newsletter


Dear Friends and Colleagues,

We are proud to announce we have been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence Award.

We have also been voted 4th best lodging in the Chobe National Park.

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March Happenings

 

March Happenings


March turned out to be a month with lovely rains at Ghoha. Especially as we noticed that the Savuti marsh water levels are decreasing daily.

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Two new male lions for the Ghoha Pride


A year has passed since the Ghoha Pride’s females gave birth for the second time on top of the hill behind the lodge. Pictures taken last December show these youngsters hanging around the lodge, while their faithful mothers endeavored to teach them vital survival skills. Throughout the year they roamed in the Ghoha Hills area, where we often saw them feeding at various kill sites. Two weeks ago it was an old elephant bull.

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