Week in Pics : Arrivals and Departures

This week we see the arrival of a new lodge in Botswana, and the departure of the arid season. Greenery is sprouting and forcing its way through the bushveld, and there’s new life across all our reserves. Our team in the Klaserie have been upskilling themselves when it comes to creating safari cocktails, and our…

Week in Pics : The Spoils of the African Bushveld

We’ve discovered that the best way to kick the Monday blues is to start the week off with an influx of wildlife images from our camps and lodges. Call it Monday motivation or Monday distraction, either way you’ll find yourself pouring over our photographer’s abstract take on the wild and the simple, clean images that tell…

Week in Pics : The Iconic Animals of the Safari World

When you’re traversing new reserves and scoping out a wealth of bird species, there’s bound to be a delay in the delivery of “Week in Pics”. We’ve made up for our 2 day delay by presenting you with recent images of the iconic animals of the safari world. We’ve got a portfolio of striking images…

Week in Pics : Roll on the Festive Long Weekend

The long weekend is approaching and there are many of us looking forward to the well-earned break. If you’re celebrating Easter, then consider these images a gift from the Easter bunny. If you’re not celebrating Easter, then consider this a visual and virtual gift to be enjoyed over the long weekend. Highlights from the Week…

Week in Pics: Cats and Critters

With the changing landscape and kaleidoscope of colours peeking through the dry vegetation, it’s evident that spring is fast approaching. The weather in the Greater Kruger is getting warmer and we’ve even experienced the first of many gentle rains. With the change of seasons, new species of wildlife come out to play. Our predators and…

Week in Pics: Cats, Dagga Boys and Jumbos

Big cat predators, weary old dagga bulls and carefree jumbos have been in the spotlight this week. Our graceful cat, the leopard, remains unfazed and elusive, presenting us with only a vague cameo appearance. Three out of the big five have been fighting for the limelight – lions, buffalo and elephant sightings have been in…

Week in Pics: Feisty Big Five

Dust clouds and the disastrous crunching sound of the Mopane trees could be heard this morning when a massive herd of elephants stampeded past the nThambo Tree Camp vehicle. What startled this herd? We suspect it was the presence of the Ross pride breakaway females who were seen on the move the night before. Africa…