A Baby Elephant – Naledi
They played, slept, ate and laughed together. After a baby elephant Naledi recovered she went back to the herd. Elephant babies are so emotional that if they lose someone that is nearest to them they become depressed and they can easily die.
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Once out, the baby ran full-out towards our vehicle, stopped, turned, and ran right back into the mudhole. You could almost hear mom sigh. If you go to Tarangire and to the Serengeti , you'll almost certainly see baby ellies -- whenever you go. But any herd of Elephant will surely have a number of young ones of different ages from a few weeks to maybe five years. Young Bulls of around five can be quite fun to watch as they show off to mum what brave chaps they are in defending the herd against us nosey tourists. Obviously the best places with the highest chances would be where most Elephants are to be found and Tarangire has around or so at the last census.
The dry season of August-November would hold peak numbers as they all come to the riverside. A worthy cause. Throughout the year but more difficult in April and May grass is very high and most time there in hill not easy see try dry season time from june to march it best time. Thank you all so much! In the replies, I saw February, and August - November mentioned.
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Would going to Tarangire in October, November, or February be a good idea? I keep seeing September in guide books as some kind of cut of point after which it only rains etc. Comments from sandyleelee are right on and Mfuwe has an excellent suggestion to visit the elephant orphanage if schedule permits. Based on our experiences I would not worry about high grass in May being a limiting factor in see baby elephants in the Serengeti or Tarangire.
If you want the highest mathematical odds of seeing baby elephants you are considering the wrong places. Relative to other safari destinations, northern Tanzania does not have a very high elephant count although Tarangire has the most in that area. Approximate one-third roughly , of Africa's remaining elephants roughly , live in the Selous southern Tanzania and another one-third live along the Chobe and Zambezi river basin in Northern Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia.
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Selous is a bit "off the beaten path" and highly seasonal. For comparison, the entire Serengeti has less than elephants. If you want to maximize your odds of seeing baby elephants in a more mainstream safari area, I recommend going to the Zambezi region in the time period June through October. There are nearly one hundred choices for accommodations in these areas from basic to ultra luxury. Dating back to my first safari in the Zambezi in , I have been to almost every upscale safari lodge in the area and always seen heaps of elephant.
All the aforementioned Zambezi region places are conveniently located within one hour of flying from Victoria Falls except Mana is 90min. You could increase your elephant sighting odds further with some time in a private reserve adjacent to the Kruger National Park like MalaMala or Lion Sands.
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I was in the Kruger area on safari for the past nine days got home Monday of this week. I saw baby elephants on every game drive. I also saw a baby elephant dying because its mother was dry of milk.
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Very sad and the adults were all repeatedly laying down and getting up in an effort to get it to stand up. I caught it on video. Even Selous is off piste for her plans. I am sure Tarangire in October will fulfill her wildest aspiratons and if not there are always Lake Manyara and Serengeti in reserve. And, Off topic somewhat, you really should make the effort to go to Uganda. Churchill's Pearl of Africa.
I was just in Tarangire in April and was lucky enough to see a one day old baby elephant. He was still wobbly on his feet but oh so cute. We saw a lot of elephants in Tarangire in April. Only April and May that is difficult time to see lot of elephants with baby but the rest you can visit Tarangire and able to see dense wildlife plus your dream about baby elephant. Tell your guide drive to silale area or Tarangire river side from public camping site area to matete picnic site you don't miss elephants with baby.
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