This is one of our favourite webcams as it overlooks a tributary the Limpopo River. The Olifants River itself is in South Africa and Mozambique. Although heavily polluted by natural green algae, baboons, waterbuck, bushbuck and impalas can be seen along its riverbanks and, if you are lucky crocodiles as well, in addition to hippos. You might also catch sight of lions but they are harder to see.
As with all our live streaming webcams, you won't see much as night and often they go down either for maintenance or because some of the wildlife you are hoping to see has become over curious and damaged the camera. If that is the case we have a number of African webcams for you to enjoy.
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