Observing a Rare Pangolin in the Wild

The pangolin is a somewhat shy and solitary nocturnal creature endemic to Asia and Africa. Due to worldwide poaching and the illegal trade of wildlife, the pangolin is now on the endangered species list. These animals are incredibly difficult to spot in the wild because of their neurotic tendency to skirt away when approached. Their…

Week in Pictures: Big Cat Crazy

It’s the end of another week in the bush and we’ve skimmed the cream off the top of 4 safari camps that have outdone themselves with sightings this week. The Greater Kruger lion activity is out of this world, and we can’t wait to watch new alliances develop and unfold, plus, we’re expecting the arrival…

Week in Pictures: Predators in the Power Seat!

It’s been an undeniably awesome week in the Greater Kruger region, which makes this edition of the Week in Pictures particularly difficult. Such a small collection of images to represent such a dynamite week on safari just doesn’t seem fair, but each event has been documented in much greater detail on our Facebook pages, which…

Week in Pictures: Kruger + Botswana Safari Splendour

What a week it has been with 7 of our camps submitting spectacular photographs for our edition of Week in Pictures. We start in the Greater Kruger, where lodges in the Sabi Sand, Klaserie, and the Balule Nature Reserves have had unbelievable luck with predator sightings, as well as those loveable elephants and their babies….

Week in Pictures: Our Incredible Kruger

This is a celebration of Kruger. Our safari lodges and bush camps dotted around the Greater Kruger are situated in areas where wildlife splendour surrounds them, and where you’re faced with the decision of whether to watch something wonderful unfold, or to stare through a camera lens and capture the whole thing on camera. Memories…