Buffalo Luxury Camp
Buffalo Luxury Camp is vitally important area because of the migratory patterns for the wildebeest and zebra. There are two times a year that the famous river crossings takes place, once when the herds are moving north toward the Maasai Mara during the dry season and then again when they are moving south and east at the start of the short rains. A pride of 26 lions can be found near Buffalo Camp and this is also the territory for a male leopard. Birding is especially exciting in this area, which offers a diversity of habitats attracting many types of birdlife. There are two packs of wild dogs that have been collared and tracked in northern Loliondo, near the area of Ololosokwan. Wild dogs are highly endangered and spotting dogs can be a once in a lifetime experience. Trackers from Buffalo Camp carefully follow the movements of the packs and are in communication with the Frankfurt Zoological Society, who monitors the research for the wild dogs.