Week in Pictures: One little lion cub and scenes of safari

It’s back to the bush we go with this week’s edition of the Week in Pictures! Transported back to the nooks and crannies of Kruger and Botswana that we love so much, this collection of photographs reflects the beauty of the wild and leaves you longing for a safari! Some sad news on the Klaserie…

Week in Pictures: Unexpected elephants, and more safari gold

Sometimes you see what you expect, sometimes something quite the opposite comes your way. While on safari with Camp Linyanti, we encountered so many elephants that we grew to expect them around every corner, but we had to stop and take a look at one particularly wrinkly old female. She didn’t have any tusks, and her…

The Week in Pictures: The birds, the bees, and the big things.

With such a diverse range of camps in various areas of pristine wilderness, its not surprising that the photography coming out of these areas each week is reliably great. The Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, the Sabi Sand, and the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve have produced some fantastic footage lately, and photographers Em Gatland, Kevin MacLaughlin,…

Week in Pictures: All the cats, the dogs, and rhinos in perfect light

Word from the camps this week comes packed with enviable tales of life in the bush. Kevin MacLaughlin has more from home-base at Africa on Foot: A spotted bush snake was found at Africa on Foot just behind one of the guest’s rooms. It spends most of its time in trees in search of lizards and tree frogs,…

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…

Springboks at Haina Kalahari Lodge

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…

Introducing Camp Savuti

The Savuti Marsh area constitutes the western stretch of the Chobe National Park, and is famed as one of the park’s primary ecosystems, reputed for the sporadically-flowing Savuti Channel. In recognition of this unmissable safari destination, Camp Savuti has been added to other camps dotted in areas of Botswana’s finest splendour. This small, intimate camp accommodates 10…