Our guests often ask us what our favourite animal is. Well, I have numerous favourite animals but one that always pops into my mind is the young male leopard called “Xinophi”. Maybe it’s because I have seen him grow from a young cub, when he used to get a fright from his own shadow, into […]
In today’s world, we all know that the long term solution to our global energy situation lies not only in the increase of energy supply, but more importantly and more urgently, in the reduction of our energy demands. Whilst continual efforts are made to seek alternative energy sources, and to reduce our reliance on fossil […]
A joint operational team consisting of SANParks Rangers and the South African National Defence Force, successfully arrested a suspected rhino poacher in Kruger National Park on December 2011. Read more about this in the article below (courtesy of Desire Wright of Kruger 2 Canyon Newspaper. Visit www.kruger2canyon.co.za to read more such news). Suspected rhino poacher […]
Last week, the children of Sehlakabje School in Acornhoek received an early Christmas present in the form of desperately needed water! A Spring of Hope, a non-profit public foundation that builds water wells in rural African schools to improve community health conditions, received funding to build a borehole at the school thanks to Tanda Tula […]
National Geographic has chosen their top ten photographs of 2011. Nat Geo comments: ”Choosing among great photographs isn’t easy. When composition, light, and exposure are all superb, “best” truly is in the eye of the beholder. These ten photos, spread through the edition, cover wildly diverse subjects. What connect them are the passion and skill […]
Our interactive sightings map has now been updated with new data. You are now able to view game sightings recorded in and around camp during recent weeks. November was an exciting month with numerous wild dog sightings! Click here to go to the sightings map page: www.tandatula.com/sightings-map/ No related posts.
On Wednesday 30 November, the Hlokomela Project held an AIDS awareness day at the new Phelwana Clinic in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve.
November is always an exciting time for us at Tanda Tula Safari Camp as it is the time of year when we see plenty of little ones popping up throughout the Timbavati.
At Tanda Tula Safari Camp we have received a few early Christmas presents in the form of some fantastic sightings!
In November, Table Mountain was named a New 7 Wonder of Nature following a three year battle in the race to choose the world’s seven most wonderful natural sites.