The Week in Pictures : 67 Animals to Spot on Safari

This “Week in Pictures” we’d like to remind everyone that it’s Nelson Mandela’s birthday, a day that is now fondly referred to as “Mandela Day”. From 1942 right up until his death, Madiba spent 67 years fighting for social justice. He is a global icon and a change maker. On his birthday we spend 67…

Roam-an History

Roam Private Game Reserve is not only home to a veritable kaleidoscope of flower species, and harbour to thousands upon thousands of endemic animal, bird and insect species, but it is also an area steeped in fascinating history. Until the other day – around 250 million years ago – a vast inland sea stretching more…

Week in Pictures : The Wild of Winter

The thing about winter in the Kruger is that it really is prime game viewing time. The sparse bushveld makes it easy to spot game and the lack of rains means that wildlife congregates at waterholes. We know (generally) where to find game – and the bushveld is far easier to scan for signs of…

Xaxaba Mobile Camp for an Authentic Okavango Delta Safari

It’s certainly no secret that the Okavango Delta is a magical water paradise brimming with exciting game viewing opportunities. The waterways of the alluvial fan that floods the parched Kalahari landscape provides a haven for high concentrations of predators and big game. This sought after destination is dotted with private islands, community run concessions, savannah…