Be sure you close your room window while out, those Vervet Monkeys are well adapted to the urban life these days, they will be all around the village and be sure that if you leave something tempting in your room, they might fancy it.
Not only might the animals be danger here, but also the sea. The beaches are wonderful but be aware that the currents are very active, so be careful and do not go to swim too deep into the charming blue sea.
Swimming in the estuary is very dangerous: hippos and crocs live very happily in the water and can munch you in a moment! Swimming in the sea is fine, although near the estuary mouth it is dangerous (if the mouth is open). Elephants have also been released on the Eastern Shores, and now walking unescorted in that area is not allowed. Walking alone in other areas of the park is still fine.
This is a malarial area. There is plenty of water and plenty of mosquitoes. Take the precausions against malaria.
Hippos also may be walking around your camp ground or even around town at night. These are the two biggest killers in Africa so be vigilant.
When walking in the Game Reserve keep in mind that even though there are no lions there are some animals that are dangerous including:
Keep and I out and maintain your distance.
Additional to all the danger signs it is also prohibited to feed the crocodiles, so please do not throw food into the water. In case your wife is there with you... . . he he ;-)
Don’t fall for this, they might look to you sleeping, but be sure they can see you and know exactly where you are, try to get a bit closer, and you’ll be in trouble.
Everywhere were you go around this area there will be warnings, so you know, there are crocodiles and hippo’s that are very danger animals, be careful where you step.
Like anywhere in Africa, remember that can be animals on the road and whenever in the parks reduce your speed
Even if the roads are dry and there is not much traffic , there is always that fatigue to worry about , drive carefull and take a break when you need to