Lion in Letlhakane

I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw a lion just off our main street here in Letlhakane. Where it came from who knows, and why it would come into a busy village one would never know.

It walked all the way through town and disappeared into the bush at the Letlhakane river.

How amazing is this.



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6 Responses to Lion in Letlhakane

  1. Franz Rabe says:

    Happy April Fool’s Day too, Petie ! πŸ™‚

  2. Anonymous says:

    How wonderful. One can’t put a price on that. Anne (Marloth Park, Kruger)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi Pete

    I enjoy your blog and this article is another reason to stay subscribed. We (4 possibly 6) are excited about visiting Botswana in June/July 2016. Your articles have been informative and the places I have chosen to visit have been influenced by this. Unfortunately due to the availability of dates at the various campsites especially in Moremi our time at Khumaga and Kubu will be very short. I did the bookings through Botswana Footprints and they tried their best to work around the dates we are able to travel. I notice Dijara in your campsite list and we are there for 2 nights and then move a bit further in the area to Tshaa for 4 nights. Do you have an opinion on Tshaa?


  4. amarnafrica says:

    1st of April…..hahaha

  5. Suki says:

    Love this. Showed it here at work & an apprentice said “Told you they had lions walking around there all the time”. Been watching too much UK TV has he πŸ™‚

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