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Africam Olifants River powered by EXPLORE.org

This camera is set on the banks of the mighty Olifants river near the Naledi Game Lodge. This river is a tributary of the Limpopo river. The Olifants river’s source is between Breyten and Bethal in the province of Mpumalanga. It flows northeast as it passes through the Kruger National Park and Mozambique on its way to join the Limpopo about 190km inland before flowing into the Indian Ocean. This camera is among the very few cameras that continuously captures the moods and the majesty of a wild, perennial African river.

Crocodile and hippos are regularly seen in the river while elephants and giraffes are seen grazing on the banks and crossing the river. Other animals which frequent this camera are baboons, waterbuck, bushbuck, impalas, storks, herons and owls. They can also be seen foraging along the banks.