Enjoy South Africa’s latest wildlife sightings from “the jewel of Africa” in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.
Nkorho pan’s live cam is located on top of a termite mound, 250 m to the East of Nkorho Bush Lodge.
The area shares an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park, and abounds with local wildlife.
You’re in for a real treat! 🙂
What Animals to Expect at Nkorho Pan’s LIVE Waterhole Cam?
The Sabi Sand Game Reserve is home to a multitude of mammals, both big and small.
From the famous big 5 to several hundreds of bird species, the region is renowned for its rich animal life.
Some of the regular visitors at Nkorho include wildebeest, impala, and a resident family of warthogs often found drinking or wallowing around the pan.
Other animals of interest to look out for via the webcam: giraffe, zebra, cheetah, hyena, wild dog and elusive nocturnal creatures.
What Did You Spot Today?
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4 thoughts on “Nkorho Cam”
Sunset on October 7. I’m seeing lots of activity in the water. What kinds of fish, or reptiles, live in the waterhole?
Not sure what you saw, but it’s probably catfish.
There’s also various reptile species such as terrapins, and amphibians (especially frogs, like African bullfrogs).
Does anyone know of a webcam where there is a good chance to view wild crocodiles? Thank you for any response,
Check the following webcam on the Olifants River: https://africafreak.com/naledi-olifants-river