Friday 14 October marked another milestone for Southern Cross Schools in Hoedspruit. The school held their second annual college awards evening where, for the first time, Grade 12 learners were honoured with various academic awards. 2011 represents the first Grade 12 class, thereby affording these learners the bragging rights of being the first graduates of […]
Stay for 3 nights at Tanda Tula Safari Camp and receive 2 complimentary nights at The Peech Hotel in Melrose, Johannesburg.
At Tanda Tula Safari Camp we have been very fortunate over the past few weeks as we have witnessed numerous fantastic leopard sightings. Just a few days ago we were very lucky to see the large Argyle male who’s territory is further to the north of us. This impressive male is in his prime and […]
A few days ago we experienced cooler weather and the younger animals decided to make use of these conditions to get up to some mischief. On one of our game drives we had a wonderful sighting of the Machaton pride cubs all making use of a dead tree and playing ‘king of the castle’. This […]
As many of you will know, we have a number of community projects of our own at Tanda Tula Safari Camp, and we also support various community and regional activities. However, what some of you may not know is that some of our staff have taken this spirit of giving to the next level by […]
The Kermode Bear Africa Geographic recently released an article on the rare Kermode bear, which is also known as a ‘spirit bear’. Similar to the rare white lions of the Timbavati, of which there are a few living not far from our safari camp, the Kermode Bear is completely white and can be born from […]
It seems to be raining cats and dogs at Tanda Tula Safari Camp! The wonderful game viewing we witnessed last weekend at our safari camp has continued throughout the week, much to the enjoyment of all our guests. Firstly, the Machaton pride bounced back in a big way when they chased down and successfully killed […]
The game around our safari camp really came out to play over the weekend, as we had a wide variety of fantastic sightings.
The below article is courtesy of Kruger 2 Canyon newspaper. You can visit their website at www.kruger2canyon.co.za RHINO CONSERVATION – Conservation bodies, private reserve owners and the public are coming together to wage war against the onslaught of rhino poaching that is taking place within South Africa’s borders. The Wilderness Foundation believes that one of […]