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Beyond our expectations

This was one afternoon that I shall never forget. I had a Japanese family on my vehicle and we went out with the hope of finding lions, but not just any lions. We wanted to see them hunting. So we started to track some lions. We tried for about 30 to 40 minutes, and...

A Blue Monday ends in horror

For all of the animals in the African bush it is a fight for survival, not knowing when a predator will practice his survival skills on an opportunistic prey. The “rule” is simple, stay alive or become prey!!! This is a story of a Lion kill and very bad luck for a...

Watch this space…

On the 9th of June this year, we welcomed two newly-released female cheetahs onto our property. With female cheetahs being solitary animals (unless accompanied by cubs), they split up immediately and have been moving around all over discovering their new home. This...

An unforgettable day

After a three week disappearance of two of our pregnant female lions from the so-called Moria pride, we figured that they must be giving birth to their cubs. Lions keep their cubs very well hidden for around three months due to their vulnerability and their dependence...

Displays of the wild

Before our morning safari I had told my guests that we would look for our pride of seven lions – one male, three females, and three cubs around five or six months old. However, I mentioned to them that we may not see the whole pride as two of the females had left the...

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