The Week in Pictures : Wide Open Spaces

The bustling hubs of city centres are in a comatose state. Industry has come to a stand still and human beings have retreated into their enclaves to comply with government lockdown rules. Across the world, one thing has become evident : Human beings are battling, but nature is recovering. The natural world is a choir…

The Week in Pictures : Images to Ogle Over During Isolation

Governments around the world are imposing stringent measures to stem the spread of the coronavirus. The travel industry is facing many challenges when it comes to this global pandemic. Communities are thwarting large events, and choosing to self-isolate to prevent further escalation of this worldwide pandemic. Today it’s our job to provide fodder for your…

The Week in Pictures : Girl Power. In Celebration of Women’s Day.

This week we’re celebrating Women’s Day by showcasing our female photographers’ images of the wild. The bushveld is rife with powerful females paving the way for the younger generations. Elephants are raised in matrilineal herds comprising all related females born into leadership positions, lionesses are protective over their pride yet they are powerful and ruthless…

Five Insta-worthy Spots at Chacma Bush Camp

For travellers looking to induce some travel envy on their Instagram timelines, nothing beats the African bush. At Chacma Bush Camp in the Greater Kruger there are five particularly Insta-worthy locations that will have your followers swooning. The private and secluded Maseke Balule Game Reserve boasts some of the most staggering views in the whole…

The Week in Pictures : (Kruger) CATS, A Live Broadway Musical

The Jellicles prance and dance around on stage, putting on quite a performance for their audience. CATS is a sung-through musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and has been going strong since its first show in May 1981. In the Kruger we have a live CATS performance most nights – whether it’s hearing them advertising…

The Week in Pictures : Summer Backdrops and Crimson Kills

When we head out on game drive during the summer season, it’s similar to stepping straight inside an emerald gemstone. The various shades and hues of green provide such a spectacular backdrop for our photographers. So much is happening at our Kruger camps and we’ve enjoyed an array of reports of unique sightings across the…

Raptors in the Kruger

#GuestSafariReview : Award-Winning Journalist Loved Nsala Safari Camp

Photographer Mathilda de Villiers shares her images and feedback about her time in the wild. She stayed at Nsala Safari Camp in the Greater Kruger, where she felt at home in the bushveld. The team at Nsala were quite happy to play host to  an award-winning journalist and passionate photographer. Mathilda certainly showcased the inhabitants…