Wildlife at Banoka Bush Camp
The Khwai River is the northernmost 'finger' of the Delta's alluvial fan. Here, due to the rich diversity of habitats in the concession, a variety of game can be encountered, from plains game such as impala, tsessebe, giraffe and wildebeest to elephant and buffalo herds. Red lechwe, reedbuck and waterbuck are seen closer to the water. Predators include lion, leopard, spotted hyaena and African wild dog. The waterways are home to numbers of hippo and crocodiles as well as a multitude of waterbirds. Other birding opportunities are spectacular, with a list of 450 recorded species in the area.