Bird watching can start from the breakfast table. Look out for the sunbirds on the hibiscus and the territorial gangs of babblers arguing over their territories. Look towards the lake and watch the painted storks rising in the thermals or eagles fishing. At night, listen for the nightjar.
Keen ornithologists generally log over a hundred birds during their short stay. We have a range of habitats, such as garden, lakeside, river, farmland, scrubland and mountainside. Our staff are keen bird watchers and usually know where to find a nesting tailorbird or weaver bird. You may hear the peacocks, when they argue over the fruiting pomegranates.