Hyena Pan is a comfortable tented camp in Botswana's Khwai Community Concession. This secluded property sits next to a permanent man made waterhole where elephants come everyday to drink. In the afternoons, a breeding herd of up to fifteen visited, with tiny babies in tow. Other animals such as kudu, hyena and giraffe also regularly came to drink. This made Hyena Pan a very special place indeed.
Lastly, we had the funniest, most experienced safari guide of the trip here! Custard - yes, that's his real name - found two leopards (including one hunting guinea fowl) when every other guide from other lodges had given up, and he had contacts who told him where to find lion. He also knew how to anticipate animal movements, shared plenty of interesting facts on their behaviour and had stories about previous guests that kept you amused for ages.