Save the Elephants South Africa, of which Tanda Tula is a main sponsor, recently released their latest elephant tracking data.
It has been an exciting week of game viewing. We have seen plenty of game in and around camp, and even spotted a few Hyena pups at their den!
The 2012 update for the IUCN Red List for birds was recently announced, and of the 10 064 bird species recognised by BirdLife International, the status/categories of 208 have changed. Below is an article compliments of Desire Wright of Kruger 2 Canyon News. Visit www.kruger2canyon.co.za. More South African birds ‘in the red’ Photo from www.biodiversityexplorer.org JOHANNESBURG: BirdLife International […]
It has been a very exciting few weeks with various spectacular sightings. Read our latest Ranger Diary here.
We recently spotted one of the last remaining tuskers while on drive. Mac!
We are fortunate to have an amazing staff compliment at Tanda Tula who are loyal and always willing to go the extra mile. Ephriam Mathibela is one of these people. Ephriam is a quietly spoken man who lets his work ethic speak for itself. The first to start any job, the last to leave and […]
Scotch was out on drive with guests a few days ago when they located a very special animal, a Black Rhino!
Last night we were serenaded by lions during most of the night, which unknown to us at the time, spelt certain disaster for one of our local lion prides, the Machatons.
Each week we hold adult literacy classes to assist our staff in reading, writing, comprehension, conversation and general knowledge in the English language.
On 16 May 2012, the new Phelwana Clinic in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve was officially opened. View the images and read more here.