We finally managed to see the Machaton pride’s new cubs! What a special sighting.
Sometimes it is the little things that count the most. While out on drive recently we encounter a number of special ‘small’ sightings.
We encountered two unknown male lions on a buffalo kill. It was not long before the vultures, hyenas and other scavengers soon made their way over.
Large herds of buffalo and elephants enjoying our camp dam. What a great sighting, right from the comfort of our pool deck!
Have you ever been woken to strange sounds in the night while camping, to first find a large elephant standing over your tent, and later a pride of lions battling a clan of Hyena, a few metres from your tent entrance?
Tony Park, Australian author of nine highly acclaimed novels, recently visited Tanda Tula and donated a selection of books to our adult literacy programme!
A new male leopard has moved into Tanda Tula’s territory and seems to have made it his home. Read more here.
Autumn has produced a number of exceptional sightings. View a few recent images here.
We recently arranged a special field trip to the library of Hoedspruit’s Southern Cross School for all our adult literacy class students.
Lions on buffalo kill while leopard waits patiently in tree above