Avias Ncube, Wilderness Safaris Davison’s Camp

Avias Ncube
Camp Manager,
Wilderness Safaris Davison’s Camp, Hwange, Zimbabwe 

It is amazing to see the wildlife showing up around camp right now, especially elephants in big herds, which keeps me hopeful. I just wish our guests were here to be able to share in this experience. I have been busy with camp maintenance and keeping everything polished, spotless and organized for the return of our guests. I have also been monitoring the water levels at the water holes in our concessions to ensure that they don’t dry up and assisting with the Scorpion Anti-Poaching Unit whenever they need help. During this time of crisis, it is important that we continue to take care of this incredible wilderness area so that the magic and beauty of the bush remains intact for when we are able to welcome guests back. Together, we can go far.

Avias Ncube, Wilderness Safaris Davison’s Camp

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