It’s International Earth Day today, giving us even more of an excuse to brag about our fantastic week in the natural world of Safari! From the Greater Kruger Park to Botswana’s epic Chobe Riverfront, we’ve received a photographic overload of wildlife evidence from this week’s game drives. These sublime wild regions are protected areas, dedicated to the animal inhabitants of our planet, and we are privileged to be able to visit them in their territories. Fresh out of our lodges this week are all sorts of animals posing in spectacularly photogenic ways and highlighting their natural beauty. Take a look at the reasons we have to celebrate the earth in this week’s Week in Pictures!
Ezulwini Game Lodges, Balule Nature Reserve, Kruger
nThambo Tree Camp, Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, Kruger
Umkumbe Safari Lodge, Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Kruger
Africa on Foot, Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, Kruger
John Chase Safaris, Chobe National Park, Botswana