Kids in Kruger

Wed, 2 Apr (3 weeks ago)

Travel blogger Sara Essop loves taking her family to Kruger. Sometimes the kids get bored if there isn't action, but then something will happen to make it all worthwhile...

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Wildlife

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is a unique luxury safari sanctuary – but what sets it apart from the many beautiful lodges around South Africa?

Posted in Kruger National Park | SA Safari Stories

In search of baobabs - an unforgettable Zim safari

Fri, 30 Nov 2012 (17 months ago)

Artist James Delaney blogs after a recent trip to Zimbabwe, where he was pleasantly surprised to have the best safari experience of his life...

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Wildlife

The best luxury safari spa in the world

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 (20 months ago)

If this little video doesn't inspire you to escape the rate race for a few days being pampered in the South African bush then nothing will!

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Bits and Bobs

Samara welcomes two new cubs

Mon, 11 Jun 2012 (23 months ago)

Sibella Does it again! 2 more cubs to add to the highly endangered Cheetah population in South Africa

Posted in SA Safari Stories | General News | SA Wildlife

Happy New Year to all at Pumba Private Game Reserve! Pieter Dunn has once again sent us a fascinating excerpt from the Ranger Diary and some of his stunning wildlife images.

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Photographs | SA Wildlife

Thula Thula Game Drive Video

Mon, 28 Nov 2011 (2 years ago)

Earlier this year Rachel Parsons aka 'The Peregrine Dame' (a solo traveller who records her worldwide adventures) visited Thula Thula Private Game Reserve and created several videos including this one...

Posted in SA Safari Stories | True Travellers' Tales | SA Wildlife

Volunteers Learn Tracking Skills at Samara

Fri, 11 Nov 2011 (2 years ago)

Tracking in the Karoo has been a traditional method of locating animals, birds and reptiles for many years.  Originating from the time of the Khoisan, tracking was used to follow and locate the animals, primarily as a source of food for themselves.  Although the hunt was not always successful, the tracking method wasThus the need for trained and qualified trackers came about.

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Wildlife

Wildlife Wednesday - Focus on the Cheetah

Wed, 23 Mar 2011 (3 years ago)

This week in our Wildlife Wednesday slot we turn our attention to the cheetah, one of Africa's most loved wild cats.

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Wildlife

Did you miss the Pumba updates and photos in recent weeks? They're back, from today! More stunning images, this week from Pumba ranger Pieter Dunn...

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Photographs | SA Wildlife


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