Our resident teacher recently had an interesting traffic problem on the way in to camp. Read her story here.
A senior tracking assessment was recently held in the Timbavati, the first of its kind in the area. These assessments are incredibly difficult and only the best of the best pass. Trackers cannot simply apply, but are invited to participate by previously showing their skills. There are two parts to the senior tracker assessment: ‘track […]
Our guests recently enjoyed a bush walk and were fortunate to track and find Rhino. Tracking Rhino on foot is always a special experience.
It seems the two nomadic male lions are ready to start a new pride in the Timbavati, as we recently witnessed them mating with females from another pride.
Earlier this week we enjoying viewing four out of the Big Five, all one one game drive. We even tracked Rhino on foot!
Our guests recently watched a leopard as she came up against a hyena who had stolen her kill.
Two of our guests recently experienced our Overnight Walking Safari, and had an incredible time. Read more about this and view the pictures here.
The guests of our safari camp were overwhelmed over recent night as the two nomadic males who have been in the area for some time were again stomping there authority.
Last week the Machaton pride successfully made a kill, but again it was short lived as they were again chased off by the two big nomadic males.