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!
A favourite animal on almost any safari has to be the giraffe. These magnificent animals always create a stir on game drive.
With all the water around at the moment, many animals are sticking to dryer ground, particularly the giraffes who are being seen on the dirt roads surrounding our safari camp. One animal though, is thoroughly enjoying all the water available at the moment- the Hippo! Hippo are one of those large animals guest’s love to […]
The rains have subsided, the sun is out and we have begun our damage assessment. As we are situated high on the river bank we have been fairly fortunate, but our main deck is very unstable and the deck of Tandala Private Camp has been badly affected due to a tree connected to the deck […]
There is major flooding in the Timbavati and surrounding areas. We have received extensive rainfall and the river in front of our camp is in full flood.
We had a fascinating sighting a few days ago, not far from our safari camp, when the Ross pride brought down a large female giraffe. Read more.
It was another exciting weekend at Tanda Tula Safari Camp as we were incredibly fortunate to see one of the white lionesses.
Over the last few days buffalo herds have returned in full force and are wide spread across our traversing area, and surrounding our safari camp.