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The Week in Pictures: Ultimate images from Kruger and Botswana

The Week in Pictures: Ultimate images from Kruger and Botswana

For the week in pictures this week, we’re portraying the best snaps from our camps in the Greater Kruger and in Botswana! It’s been a whirlwind of a week and one can’t help but envy these talented photographers for the gorgeous wildlife sightings they have enjoyed in our beloved Africa. As always, we love to share the epic sights with…

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Photoblog: When the Klaserie lions took down a buffalo

Photoblog: When the Klaserie lions took down a buffalo

    Recently there was great excitement emerging from the dry landscape of the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve near Africa on Foot and nThambo Tree Camp. Excitement that only lions could evoke. nThambo guests were on drive with guide, Matt Roberts, and Africa on Foot guests with guide, Francois Pienaar, traversing the familiar area and keeping a look out for tracks…

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Family Safari at Africa on Foot: The Video

Family Safari at Africa on Foot: The Video

  Africa on Foot is our little gem in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, taking giant steps in the world of walking safaris and eco-friendly fun among the Big 5. Located in this private Greater Kruger reserve, the experience enjoyed by guests is exclusive and personal, and it is ideal for a family getaway. There are 2 rooms that are…

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Bush facts for you from Nokana Safari Camp

Bush facts for you from Nokana Safari Camp

  There is so much beneath the surface of what you see on safari, it is certainly impossible to leave after your holiday knowing everything there is to know. The dynamics between certain animals, the symbiotic relationships, the dominance and territorial behaviours, and even the act of parenting are different throughout the wildlife kingdom. To keep your bush knowledge up…

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Guest blog: lion cubs in the Klaserie!

Guest blog: lion cubs in the Klaserie!

Mike and Fiona have come to the end of their safari this time (although we know it won’t be long until we see them again!), and we’ve just read about their last few days at Africa on Foot. There couldn’t have been a more magnificent ending if we could have planned it – lion cubs belonging to the Ross Pride…

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The Week in Pictures: lion cubs and the Linyanti sunset

The Week in Pictures: lion cubs and the Linyanti sunset

We’ve selected our camps in Botswana because of their pristine locations and excellent game activity. The Savuti is famous for its lions and elephants; the Linyanti is an undiscovered paradise, brimming with water-loving game; the Kalahari has a deserted beauty unmatched anywhere in the world; while the secluded north-western region of the Okavango Delta is a haven for birds and buffaloes. This…

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Dagha-boys doing what they do best: Filmed in the mud at nDzuti dam

Dagha-boys doing what they do best: Filmed in the mud at nDzuti dam

The African, or Cape, buffalo is a member of the Big 5 for a reason. Weighing in at 800kg, wielding a superior set of horns, and known to charge without warning, the buffalo is considered the most dangerous animal to encounter on foot. Historically, the Big 5 were known as the 5 most dangerous animals to hunt, and it was recorded that buffalo circled back…

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Guest blog: A little piece of Kalahari paradise at Haina

Guest blog: A little piece of Kalahari paradise at Haina

  Mike and Fiona Clarke are back in the bush and, as always, we are happy to hear from them giving us their thoughts on our camps! Here’s the Haina Report: A change to our usual South Africa trip; we decided to spend a few days in the Kalahari first. We arrived at Botswana airport, apprehensive of our light aircraft…

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