The lodge overlooks the largest natural pan in the area, Barangwe Pan, which since its revival has flourished and is now home to large numbers of species such as elephant, buffalo, eland, kudu, sable, roan, impala, warthog and many other smaller species visiting on a constant basis. During January and February there are large concentrations of zebra and eland migrating through, although they do visit in lesser numbers throughout the year. Lion, leopard and wild dog are also frequent visitors. Every night the lodge is serenaded by cries from the hyena’s. The constant availability of water has also attracted a large number of bird species.