The underground elephant hide in the Mashatu Game Reserve, located in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve of Botswana bordering South Africa, is a wildlife photographer's dream coming true. At a waterhole, the whole hide has been sunk into the ground right next to a waterhole that is in a prime elephant habitat. But it is not only elephants that are coming through to drink and bath at the waterhole, there are also kudu, impala, steenbok, mongooses and even baboons.
Kudos at united film works for the amazing footage and thx for sharing it with us!
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve is a game reserve spanning some 72 000 hectares of privately-owned land in the north-eastern sector of Botswana’s Tuli Block. It is bordered by South Africa to the south and Zimbabwe to the east. The area is home to a diverse range of wildlife, renowned for its Tuli elephants - the largest elephant population on private land in Africa, as well as to over 350 bird species recorded.