Botswana Bush Dinner Under the Stars at Motswiri Camp

Botswana is the land of magic, mystery and predator mayhem. Reed-lined channels of the Okavango Delta snake their way through parched Kalahari landscapes, the mighty life-giving Chobe River  flows vigorously through riverine forest and jade colour vegetation, the misunderstood flat salt pan of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, the geographical marvel of tectonic plate movements…

Dinner Under a Blanket of Stars at Tuskers Bush Camp

As the sun melts into the sky, shades of persimmon fill the quintessential African horizon. There is nothing more hypnotic than the sunset in Botswana, a country home to some of the world’s most spectacular striking scenes of remarkable beauty. Enviably located across 365 000 hectares of rugged wilderness laden with mopane trees, and sandy…

6 Reasons to Visit Motswiri Camp on the Selinda Spillway

The Selinda Spillway, linking the Okavango Delta in the west to the Linyanti Swamps in the east, is one of the last remaining true African wildernesses. We can think of hundreds of reasons to visit this wonderfully wild corner of Botswana, but here are six that might tickle your fancy. Wild country Motswiri Camp operates…

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…

Week in Pictures : Leopards in the Spotlight

Monday always seems to be an unforgiving start to the week. The onslaught of the working week is upon us, and the realisation that the weekend has disappeared as quickly as a fresh kill next to a hyena, becomes a reality. Our safari images are here to ease the pain caused by Monday’s cruel heart….

Week in Pictures : People, Landscapes and Wildlife

On a weekly basis we interrupt your daily grind to deliver the latest slew of images fresh from the bushveld. The idea is to charm you with ranger’s and photographer’s awe-inspiring images of wild landscapes and its inhabitants. Let’s face it, most people need a pick-me-up on a Monday, and there’s nothing better than being reminded of…

The Week in Pictures : Kaleidoscope of Colours in the Bushveld

This “Week in Pictures” we’ve decided to source the images from the week that offer up a kaleidoscope of colours. The winter season is here and the ‘veld has taken a turn towards the brown colours and left the hues of greens behind. We thought we’d inject a bit of colour into your week and…