The Week in Pictures : Where the Wild Things Roam

There’s a beautiful ebb and flow of sightings in the bushveld. Sometimes it’s a week of plains game sightings peppered with predator sightings, and other weeks its predators barging into the limelight and plains game taking a back sight. A few things are always consistent in the ‘veld, and that includes mind-blowing sunsets, spectacular safari…

#TheSafariLifestyle : Sunsets and Safari Cuisine at Walkers Bush Villa

This week the chocoholics of the world celebrate their love for sugar and cocoa beans. It’s international chocolate week, which is an excuse to enrobe anything and everything with velvet textured chocolate goodness. It’s clearly the week to celebrate one of life’s many hedonistic pleasures, which is why we’ve decided to indulge in the gourmet splendour…

The Week in Pictures : Wild Dogs and Savage Predators

Our savage  predators have been incredibly active in the Greater Kruger, and certainly haven’t bothered keeping their ruthless take downs out of the limelight. This week is almost a repeat of last week’s update, with the predators refusing to leave the stage. We’re talking abundant leopard and lion sights spanning the Kruger savannah and the unruly…

What’s Happening with the Lions of the Klaserie? A Lot. Here’s An Update.

When a pilot episode of a new series is aired we get sucked into the storyline and we’re often left angling for more. Pilot episodes are fleeting and they lull us into a false sense of security that episode 1 of the series will be released. Unfortunately, pilot episodes are fleeting and fickle. They’re full of false promises. They’re…

The Week in Pictures : Family Felidae Steal the Show

Last week we delivered a magnificent edition of Week in Pictures, filled to the brim with a fine collection of Kruger wildlife images. Accompanying the images was a rather detailed update from each of our camps. Today we’re going to focus on the images, and less so on the words. It seems that our big…

Gourmet Country Fare at Roam Safari Lodge in the Karoo

The Great Karoo is the heartland of the Cape. This vast semi-desert region offers a unique biome that is not only of geographical, archeological and cultural significance, but is also a paleontological world of wonder.  Fossils from the Jurassic period, fragments of ancient eating tools from original inhabitants, intriguing quaint Karoo towns, farmlands and an undulating landscape define the Karoo…

The Week in Pictures : Cubs, Cats and Carnivores

Last week Monday was Heritage Day, which means we skipped the Week in Pictures in favour of celebrating our heritage. As a result, we owe you a bumper edition of updates and images. Highlights from the week include : cheetah sightings, lion cub sightings, and new developments in lion pride dynamics. The theme this week…

Immerse Yourself in Africa’s Hidden Secrets with Our Virtual Reality Tours

What is Virtual Reality (VR), and why have Sun Destinations climbed aboard the VR train? Virtual Reality tours provide an all encompassing sensory experience that allows the viewer to fully immerse themselves in an environment. We’re talking 360 degree views of a lodge, hotel, action sports, and their surrounds. The stills and videos transport the viewer to…