With the trail naturalist or on your own, you can explore the nature trail and its tunnels and enjoy the local flora and fauna. Animals you can expect to see include genet cats, mongooses, bush baby, vervet monkeys and squirrels. You may also be lucky to see the side-striped jackal.
All genet species are indigenous to Africa. In Africa,
it is found in wooded habitats north of the
Sahara, in savanna zones south of the Sahara
to southern Africa and along the coast of
Arabia, Yemen and Oman.
Lesser galagos are probably the most numerous
primate in Africa, and can be found in every large
forest on the continent. Galagos also prefer savannahs,
woodlands, riverine bush and the fringes of forests.
They mark their territory by urinating on their hands
and leaving traces on the trees they climb across.
The slender mongoose, also known as the black-tipped
mongoose or the black-tailed mongoose, is a very common
species of mongoose of sub-Saharan Africa. These mongooses
can be distinguished from other mongooses due to the
prominent black or red tip on their tails...
The common duiker, also known as the grey or
bush duiker, is a small antelope with small horns
found in west, central, east, and southern Africa.
Generally, they are found in habitats with sufficient
vegetation cover to allow them to hide—savanna
and hilly areas, including the fringes of human
The side-striped jackal is a species of jackal, native
to central and southern Africa. Unlike its cousin,
the smaller black-backed jackal, which dwells in
open plains, the side-striped jackal primarily dwells
in woodland and scrub areas.
Don’t miss out on plenty of opportunities to photograph the amazing scenery as well as the wildlife that Wajee Nature Park has to offer
Binoculars come in handy especially during bird watching!
A flashlight will provide enough light for early morning nature walks or nature walks late in the evening
Carry enough bottled water, especially during hot days