Read our most recent ranger diary here. It has been a very interesting few weeks, especially surrounding the January floods.
Last night I bumped into an elephant that had wandered into camp. Not the kind of visitor you want to bump into!
Click here to view elephant movements prior to, during and after the January 2012 floods.
Mr Adrie Conradie who spent three nights with us recently managed to get some wonderful shots during his stay and kindly shared some of his better ones with us.
The weekend delivered some wonderful sightings in and around our safari camp with the highlight being Rockfig Junior and her young cub. This is the first decent sighting I have had of the young cub who now looks to be around 3 to 4 months old. Our guests are often in awe when they see […]
Every so often we are fortunate enough to witness a remarkable sighting, and on Thursday evening we were treated to something really special – a four day old rhino calf!
Yesterday we received word of a female leopard on a kill a few kilometres north of our camp, deep in the bush. View the pictures here.
When our bush breakfast site was washed away by the floods, we went in search of another. We are pleased to announce that the new site is even better than the first!
We bring you an update of the movement of 27 collared elephants throughout Greater Kruger National Park into Mozambique.
During the floods we lost a magnificent fig tree alongside our main deck. A few days later we found it – 3km’s downstream!