An Ode to Rhinos in the Greater Kruger Park

Gusts of breath released through the leathery nostrils of a white rhino send swirls of dust into the air, as her head hangs low to the ground. She is designed to graze, to shear the grass with her tough lips and flat, textured molars. The weight of her head is supported by her mighty neck…

Grazing impala dwarfed by a deceased leadwood tree

Week in Pictures: Celebrating the Earth

It’s International Earth Day today, giving us even more of an excuse to brag about our fantastic week in the natural world of Safari! From the Greater Kruger Park to Botswana’s epic Chobe Riverfront, we’ve received a photographic overload of wildlife evidence from this week’s game drives. These sublime wild regions are protected areas, dedicated to…

World Wildlife Day: Top 3 Safari Favourites Facing Extinction

Today is the crown anniversary of the UN World Wildlife Day. Declared 3 years ago as the day to raise awareness about the plight of precious animal and plant species, World Wildlife Day is now being celebrated more than ever. It is no secret that our passion for safari stems directly from our love and admiration…

A tribute to the Black Mambas APU on World Rhino Day

Every day should hold some reminder to the world that our wildlife is in danger, and that animals such as rhinos are dropping like flies in areas that are meant to protect them. Sadly, this is the reality due to the incomprehensible demand for rhino horn that is engulfing the Kruger Park’s population of rhino…

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How To Support World Wildlife Day

In December 2013, the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 3 March as World Wildlife Day.  The relevant organisations within the UN system facilitated the implementation of World Wildlife Day in recognition of the fact that wildlife plays an integral part of our daily living. This year we celebrate wildlife, but also…