The Timbavati Private Game Reserve habitat surrounding Walkers accommodates a colourful variety of birder's delights. Herons, storks, plovers, spoonbills, and sandpipers are common along water edges, while kingfishers, orioles, robins, chats, larks, and coucals are some of the veld and woodland birds. Don't forget to look up (and listen out) though, as birds of prey are often seen and heard throughout the days.
At Walkers Bush Villa, the day begins with a bush walk or game drive, while night time game drives make for the perfect grand finale. It is during these times of the day that predators are most active. If you have your heart set on seeing the wild dog in action, then this Timbavati concession should be high on your list. Aside from those charming little African pooches, the Timbavati is also home to the rare white lions, along with other fascinating, smaller predators such as jackal, mongoose, civet, and genet.
At this exclusive Timbavati camp with a private chef, you won't need to bring anything with you besides a hearty appetite. Meals are created according to your requirements and cravings. If you're in the mood for something off the menu, this can easily be requested. You'll never go hungry either. Even during game drives, you can expect a stop for coffee and snacks in the morning; then sundowner stops in the evening. High tea served by the boma and dinners around the campfire is always a crowd-pleaser.