Elephant At Nuarro

30 January 2012 | Jo Jenkins | Safari and Beach News

There was an amazing moment at Nuarro, Mozambique last week. An elephant playing, washing and wallowing in the bay in front of the lodge! These photos were taken by their wonderful dive master, Crissy – who expects to see other large grey mammals in the water (whale season, by the way, is from June to November).

What a unique experience as the photos below show.  But where did it come from?  We know that they have elephants at Lurio Falls (approx 150km away), so maybe he got lost?  Either way, he looks as happy to be at Nuarro and they are delighted to have him to stay as long as he would like!

Written by Jo Jenkins

Jo’s enthusiasm for safari as a child when her parents worked in Zambia, then Kenya. Jo quickly fancied herself as a safari expert and has been a keen game tracker ever since. Although, more recently, she is very keen to trial many of the (more luxurious) beach lodges we now offer.

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