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.
The end of the year is always celebrated by our annual Staff Christmas Party; an event looked forward to with much excitement and anticipation by our staff. No related posts.
Firstly, a happy new year to all and wishing everyone the very best for 2012. The rain stayed away on old year’s eve and allowed us to celebrate with a fantastic local dance act which was a real hit with all our guests, some of which even learnt a few local moves! The game continues […]
Guests of Tanda Tula Safari Camp were fortunate to get up close to a herd of elephants whilst out on a game drive recently. One of the elephants was curious and came up to the vehicle for a closer look. Even though it is a special experience to be so close to these magnificent animals, […]
The last few days have delivered a few fantastic game viewing opportunities. We managed to find a new born elephant calf a few days ago who couldn’t have been more than a few days old. He still had part of his umbilical cord attached. He was very unsure on his feet and wobbled about a […]
The Machaton pride returned to Tanda Tula Safari Camp’s traversing area a few days ago, after an absence of nearly two weeks. The big five animals had been sorely missed, but we assumed they were hunting further to the east of our property. The entire pride looked fit and healthy with all seven lion cubs […]
This morning we woke up to the sound of the Nharalumi River flowing. The river doesn’t flow very often, but when it does it is a spectacular sight. No related posts.
Last night we treated our guests to a Marimba band during our Christmas dinner. The guests thoroughly enjoyed themselves and even joined the dancers (as did one of our rangers, Scotch!). No related posts.
One of the challenges of operating a safari camp in the remote wilderness of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve is to ensure that the environmental footprint that we occupy is kept as low as possible. When camps were originally established within the Greater Kruger National Park, the awareness of their environmental impact was not what […]