I'm so looking forward to getting back in the bush and surrounded by all the spectacular animals we share this planet with. I'll be releasing some new dates shortly for my upcoming yoga trips. Watch this space...or just contact me if you're interested!
The swamp in front of Osunyai Lamarkau has been consistently full of our large, grey, big eared friends. From the dining tent in camp you can here deep belly rumbles, trumpeting and even flapping ears as the elephants carry on with life as usual.
Taking time to walk from camp brings a completely new dimension to being in the bush. Far from the steady burr of the Landcruiser, you begin the notice the little details of life in the bush, the perfect balance that nature has created.
It's always fun checking the motion cam in the morning - catching a glimpse of some of the creatures that were making noise throughout the night. Zebra, hyena, and jackals are our most common visitors but I was especially excited to catch a glimpse of the elusive honey badger!
I wasn't sure what to expect of the weather arriving into Morocco at the beginning of November. However, for the next three days we had nothing but bright blue skies and beautiful sunshine. The temperature in the High Atlas was still chilling when stopped, or in the shade, and during the night.
The local Berber guides are always so friendly and so knowledgeable about the area. The vegetation in the valleys have turned various shades of Autumn complimenting the white capped snow peaks of the highest mountains.