The ranger woke us up early morning so that we can discover the safari. There are 2 safari trips every day. One trip early morning and another one near sunset. Most animals are difficult to be seen in the afternoon because they are all hiding from hot weather. The first animals that we found were elephants. Compare to asian elephants, african elephants have bigger ears reaching down covering their necks. This biggest animal on land can reach up to 4 meters and weights up to 6000 kg. This heavy and big animal needs about 450 kilos of leaves everyday. Elephants are hunted illegally because of their valuable tusks. The second animal that we found is the talllest animal in the world. They are called giraffes! I was not sure which one of us were being observed here! Giraffe’s long neck enable it to reach Acacia leaves, which are their main food. Giraffe can grow up to 4 meters high! This walking giraffe was pregnant when I took this video. Our vehicles had to slow down as we were surrounded by a herd of African buffaloes. I was surprised to hear that African buffaloes are the most dangerous animals in Safari. Unlike many other animals here, their action are unpredictable. There are many people killed being attacked by African buffaloes each year. The horn is so thick and hard that even the riffle bullets could not penetrate it. Unfortunately the horns attract hunters to kill them. These are the most common animals that we have seen here. The impalas. Impala is a type of African antelopes. Only the rams have a pair of pointed horns. Impala does not belong to endangered species. Our accomodation served impala meat for dinner to the guests These are waterbucks It is a type of deer which like to live near river. I stumbled upon these animals close to my accommodation. Do you know what kind of animals are these? These are warthogs. They are related to wild boars. After a while we took a break while enjoying some drinks and snacks. From high up above on a tree, a vulture was watching us having our small breakfast. Not far from where we took our break, there were a pack of lions taking a break under shades. There are about 60 lions in this safari park. They almost ignored us We were advised not to stand up on the vehicle as it might cause the lions to feel threatened and attack us! A lion can weight up to 250 kilos and live up to 14 years. The pack usually inactive during the day and hunting in the evening. Only lionesses hunting for food to share with their pack. The males usually only resting while looking after their cubs This lion was a bit thinner than usual. Its jaw were injured kicked by a giraffe. It was sad to know that it will not survive for long due to starvation. Before we left the pack, A lioness jumped up on a tree trunk as she gave us a nice pose for our camera. Before we returned to our camp, another ranger informed us the location of rhinoceros. There are 2 types of rhinoceros in Africa. They are white rhineceros and black rhinoceros. These are white rhinoceros. Unlike black rhino which eat leaves, white rhino is a grass grazer. Rhinoceros is the second biggest land animal after elephant. It can weights up to 2300 kilos. This crash of bulls were looking for food together. Only dominant bulls spray their urine every 30 meters to mark their territory. Rhinoceros is an endangered species due to illegal hunting. Their horns are believed to have medicinal values. However there is no scientific evidence to support this believe. Thats all my journey for this time, Make sure you watch my accommodation during this trip by clicking the link in description below. Thank you !