Zambia Sussi & Chuma 2
 

Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park is one of Zambia's smallest parks, yet it provides a home to elephant, hippo, giraffe, buffalo, warthog, zebra, impala, vervet monkeys and baboon.

The small park has a relaxed, un-hastened atmosphere due to the lack of predators, which makes ideal conditions for photo opportunities. It is also one of the few places left in Zambia where guests are able to see rhino's.


sightings - October 2013

The month of October is generally the dryest month of the year with the water levels of the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls at its lowest. This means elephants are often seen crossing acccros the Zambezi River from Zambia into Zimbabawe and vice versa. Hippo's concegrate and can be heard most of the day and from your subndowner cruise there is an array of birds spotted including a few migrant species who arrive this time of the year from Europe and North Africa.


sightings - september 2013

Great news - the Zambian wildlife authority have introduced sable into the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. A very unusual sighting was that of an adult male baboon chasing and killing a young bush buck right in front of lodge reception area. Baboons are omnivorous and highly opportunistic eaters which means they will eat almost any food they come across however they have a preference for fruits, but will also eats other plant parts, as well as insects. Elephants have been spotted every day and as its dry season they sometimes cross the river from the Zimbabwean side. 


sightings - august 2013

The Mosi-oa-Tunya has seen some great game viewing this month. Guests staying at Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma saw elephant, rhino, buffalo and giraffe every day of the month in August. The water levels of the falls are dropping which means a lot of the activities around the falls like swimming in devils pool and visiting Livingstone Island is now open to guests.