The Week in Pictures: The Ross Pride and a Pangolin

This week has been chock-a-block with wildlife sightings in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve…which means nothing’s changed! We, in our Cape Town office, get snippets of news from our Kruger camps about the lions walking through camp, a leopard at nThambo’s waterhole, elephants ambling up to the camp’s pool, and the notorious honey badger giving…

Baby elephant in the Okavango Delta Panhandle

One of the most prominent wildlife sightings in the Okavango Panhandle is the elephants. Wading – sometimes fully submerged – through the waterways, drinking and playing in the wetland paradise. This region in the north-west of the Delta is historical, and forgotten by many except for the die-hard fisherman and travellers seeking the secluded and…

Heaven on a Houseboat

A water-based safari adds an element of exhilaration, a combination of habitats, and a different experience of the senses. With such generous offerings of these wet wonderlands in Southern Africa, there is a stellar variety of methods by which to experience the wild. Possibly the most decadent of all boating safaris is the houseboat. The…