Week in Pictures: Born to be Wild

This time, the Week in Pictures falls on World Elephant Day, a day dedicated to the celebration of the world’s largest land mammal. In the wild places that house our safari camps, elephants roam free, and are so at home that they take it upon themselves to come right onto the camp grounds, help themselves to…

The Never Ending Story: Leopard Visits Lion Kill

When buffaloes lose their lives to lions, it’s the beginning of a process of decomposition, and it is surprising just how many creatures benefit from the death of the buffalo after the lions have done their part and eaten the meat from the bones. The entire buffalo gets put to use and all that remains might…

Jackpot! A Wild Pangolin Spotted on Game Drive

Given all the excitement surrounding Africa on Foot and nThambo Tree Camp in the Klaserie Reserve recently, we are discovering that just about every game drive presents something remarkable, whether it be a candy-coloured sunset, the perfect gin & tonic, African wild dog puppies, lions, or a rare and endangered (and hardly EVER seen) pangolin!…

Lions Kill Buffalo while Guests Witness from Treehouse

This morning’s safari activities at Africa on Foot began extra early when everyone in camp was woken up by an animal commotion at 04h30! The unmistakable sound of a buffalo in distress bellowed through the darkness, while the determined growls of lions making a kill added to the frightening calls. Quick as a flash, the…

The Safari Awards: Africa on Foot & nThambo Nominated

If it weren’t for your continued support throughout the years we’d never be in the position we’re in today. Your positive reviews, constructive criticism and contribution to our Klaserie camps have ensured we’ve secured a place in the Safari Awards, a prestigious annual award bestowed upon camps and lodges displaying excellence in specific categories. nThambo Tree…

Week in Pictures: Winter Wildlife

Temperatures are at an annual low at this time of year, as winter fastens its grip in Southern Africa. The Kruger Lowveld has taken a knock with the drought that has left many dams prematurely dry, and inhibited the growth of grasses needed to feed the grazing wildlife community. Still, nature always has a way….

Honey Badger Conducts a Quick Kill

The notorious ratel species has the confidence of a lion, the personality the size of a giant pachyderm and the cuteness of a bunny rabbit. The honey badger is probably one of the most loved, misunderstood and revered little creature of the safari world. It’s built quite a name for itself online and videos of this…