The Week in Pictures : Landscapes, Feeding Frenzy and Rivals

During the course of last week we relaunched our week in pictures, which means we are well into our 4th year of celebrating exquisite images from the Greater Kruger, Botswana and the Karoo. The beauty of week in pictures is that each week will be different, but the core remains the same – to celebrate the…

Week in Pics Relaunch : Sharing Images Since 2014. Now It’s Better. Here’s Why.

4 years ago, in 2014, we launched our first “Week in Pictures”. The idea was to showcase our ranger’s images and update guests about sightings from the week, focussing on the more prominent moments in the bushveld. Week in Pictures went live every Friday and it was a fantastic way to kick off the weekend….

March Rangers Review : The Wild is Heaving with Cats and Dogs

We’re onto our second edition of the Rangers Review but we’ve have been somewhat delayed due to the interruption of holidays and the Easter weekend. We figure you don’t mind waiting, provided we supply a wealth of images and updates from our side! From our remote Botswana camps to our easily accessible Kruger camps, lions…

Festive Week in Pics : 2017 is a Wrap!

2017 is drawing to a close, and the year has plummeted into oblivion as quickly as a pied kingfisher dive bombs its prey. The year has been an interesting one, with new camps climbing aboard the Sun Destinations portfolio and a marked shift in lion pride behaviour across all of the reserves.   The four…

Why Choose the Okavango Delta as a Safari Destination?

There are numerous reasons to go on safari in the The Okavango Delta.  The high concentration of game, the remoteness, the mind-blowing scenery, the scarcity of tourists and the friendly locals are just a few reasons to head to Africa’s gleaming water paradise. The Okavango Delta is actually is the world’s largest inland delta comprising an intricate network of…

Week in Pics : Our Images Do the Talking

Monday is upon us, and the bushveld is buzzing with activity. Many of us break for the weekend, but the bushveld doesn’t sleep. It thrives 24/7 with endless ruthless tales of predators stripping herds of their young ones, arboreal creatures hiding out in their woody habitats, elephants splashing in waterholes, scavengers seeking out a bushveld…

Week in Pics : Bushveld Solitude as December Descends

December is descending upon us faster than a leopard ambushes its prey. The silly season is  approaching, and with it comes plenty of mass marketing, enticing jingles and manic behaviour from humans. This is the time of year to indulge in the solitude of the bushveld and observe the natural life that continues to unfold despite…

Week in Pics : Landscapes, Predators and Plains Game

This week we’ve enjoyed a slew of interesting photos emerging from our camps and lodges. The thunderstorms are rolling in, which is a clear indicator that summer is approaching. With the new season rapidly encroaching, the skies above beginning to shift; bringing in 3 dimensional cloud cover and backgrounds ideal for wildlife photography. Needless to say,…