|Mushroom Lodge’s December 2011 Newsletter||Prepared by : The Mushroom Lodge team.|
There is no better place to spend the festive season holidays than in South Luangwa National Park at Mushroom Lodge.
Ever thought of Christmas Carols in the bush? Well at Mushroom Lodge you can experience carols in the bush with lots of snacks, drinks and socializing. On the 24th of Dec we will be having Christmas Carols for all our guests with all the other lodges in South Luangwa out in the bush.
Guests enjoying sundown drinks and snacks at the Christmas Carols which are held every year in the South Luangwa National Park. The carols take place out in the bush and all the Lodges take part and give their clients a great time during the Festive season.
The rainy season also brings a different feel of the bush, with the plush green scenery all over and very family friendly for all ages. Above a family seen enjoying the bush while on a morning safari.
During the wet season, animals even lions are seen right on the road side, which becomes more exciting for the guests. Above you see a male lion also know as the Panthera Leo is one of big five found in abundance in the South Luangwa National Park. Highly distinctive, the male lion is easily recognized by its mane. Lions can live up to ten to fourteen years in the wild, while in captivity they can live longer than twenty years. They are also apex and keystone predators preying mostly on large ungulates. The females are the main hunters while the male is usually the dominant one in a pride.