Week in Pictures: All Creatures Great and Small

When it comes to wildlife photography, where can we draw the line? There is wild life in everything, from the trees, to the soil, to the birds and the bees. It’s buffaloes and beasts alike that draw our attention at first glance: the rosetted pelt of a leopard streaking through the bush, the flick of a…

Tuskers Bush Camp: Meet Our Lions

A lone male lion with endless golden locks and a powerful beast of a body was seen patrolling the arid landscape around Tuskers Bush Camp. He was swaggering his way along the road en route to the pan – probably to replenish his thirst. We know this because the camera trap photographed him in the…

Week in Pictures: My African Dream

Another week in the wild is coming to an end and now we have the opportunity to reflect on the best of the week’s photography! Capturing moments where lights, camera, and action come together in the natural world and freeze moments in time. With spring around the corner, we’re seeing the end of a very…

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…

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….

Week in Pictures: A Week to Remember

This week, we’ve celebrated elephants, been awed by lions, laughed at hyenas, and ogled leopards in all their glory. It’s been a week of big game encounters, breath-taking sunsets, stellar skies, and experiences to last a lifetime; and now we get to play back our favourite moments to you in the form of our Week…