We exited the Addo National Park after around an hour. We were told that we were to go to the next game reserve, the Tooth and Claw Safari which featured, of course, the predators. On the way, we stopped by this lovely store, the Nanaga Farm Stall.
We then entered the Tooth and Claw Safari at the Schotia game reserve beside the Addo Elephant National Park. You see, game reserves are like open zoos. They are fenced sot hat the animals cannot get out. Hence, they stay inside acres of land grazing back and forth within the confines of the reserve.
The Schotia Tooth and Claw Safari commences late int he afternoon, since most of the predators hunt at dusk. As we’ve been told, predators such as lions prefer to stay in the shade when it’s hot. Thus, they don’t hunt.
We were the first to spot the rhinos, which our guide hunted for in the entire park. The rhinos are really a sight to see, as they were bigger than I expected. We were told to stay still, as the rhinos get disturbed easily.