The last few days have delivered some wonderful cat sightings. The two nomadic males have yet again been asserting their dominance over our southern traversing area.
Hyenas often get a bad rap, but here at Tanda Tula Safari Camp we have been fortunate to see these much maligned animals in a completely different light.
We have received more early rains and the surrounding bushveld is lapping it up.
World Rhino Day is this Saturday and thousands of people will be heading to Hoedspruit to be part of Rocking 4 Rhino.
The bush has started to turn green following the recent rains. View a few recent pics of game sightings over recent days here.
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!