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…

The Week in Pictures : Predators and Pretty Things

For this week’s “Week in Pictures”, we’re sharing a few recent predator images of big cats. Lions seem to be the theme for this week, leaving the leopards to slink away in the background. We’re offering a showcase of exceptional images from our photographers, highlighting a few of the sightings from the week. In an…

#10GoodDeeds : Deed No.1 is the “Match of the Klaserie”

Today Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal battle it out on the courts of Cape Town in aid of charity (The Federer Foundation). The tickets for the match were sold out in 10 minutes (same amount of time it took McEnroe to lose his temper on court). We used the 10-minute-ticket-sell-out time as inspiration for our…

The Week in Pictures : Forget Summer in St Barts, Try a Summer in Kruger

A relaxing vacation in St Barts seems like a lovely idea during the summer months. But you know where else is equally as relaxing? The Kruger ! Don’t underestimate the daring delights that the summer season in the bushveld brings. Although not considered peak safari season, sightings of big game and predators certainly haven’t dwindled…

The Week in Pictures 2020 : The Top Wildlife Images of 2019

Trawling through a year’s worth of our photographer’s top notch Kruger images was a fairly arduous task, but one that was worth doing. Our photog’s images deserve recognition, so we’ve done our best to select the cream-of-the-crop images from 2019. There were hundreds of images showcasing the beauty of the Greater Kruger, but we narrowed…

Timbavati Lions : Take a Walk(ers) on the Wild Side

The rapacious lions strut their way through the bushveld, owning the night and dominating the day. Lions are the guardians of the darkness, a mysterious time of the day when these regal cats perform the most gruesome and graphic of activities. Take downs of quarry are never guaranteed, but hunting under the blanket of darkness…