Tales from Tuskers Camera Trap : Leopard Explores the Pan

Daniel Dugmore, one of our avid wildlife photographers, is based at Tuskers Bush Camp. His unwavering passion for the bushveld and intimate knowledge of the Kalahari Moremi corridor area of Botswana, makes him the ideal candidate for documenting the wildlife mysteries of this 365 000 hectare concession! Over the past few months, prior to Dan’s arrival, conservationists strategically…

Lions spotted in the early morning at Tuskers Bush Camp on camera trap

Tales from Tuskers Camera Trap: Lions at Tent 6 Pan!

Almost every night, Tuskers Bush Camp resident photographer, Daniel Dugmore, has heard lions calling around camp. The deep, resonating sound has penetrated the still, dark atmosphere, and with there being no fences around the camp, the powerful roar can be heard loud and clear. Guests enjoying the evening skies from around the campfire are treated to…

Week in Pictures: A Little Slice of Heaven

We’ve spent the week cruising through the waterways of the Delta, bumbling over the rocky terrain of the Balule Nature Reserve, accelerated through the thick sand of Botswana, and sailed across the plains of the Sabi Sand and the sandy riverbeds in the Klaserie. We’ve seen the beginnings of rain add touches of green to…

Baobab Bush Dinner at Tuskers

Botswana is known as the land of giants, not only due to its abounding elephants, which occupy Chobe National Park in vast numbers, but also as a namesake to the ancient baobab trees, which bury their roots in some of the country’s most special places. Somewhere along the hidden pathways, and through the ebb and flow of…

Week in Pictures: African Nostalgia

It’s a tough job having to select the best photographic captures of the week; sifting through folders of outstanding safari moments and bookmarking the ones that evoke emotion, admiration, and nostalgia. We are tasked with the job of flipping through albums of wildlife action caught on camera, sunsets that warm the soul, and quiet moments shared…