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Tactics

Tactics

Last night we followed a pair of lionesses trying to hunt The lionesses are about 26 months old and they rely on their mothers for food up to the age of 12 months than they start catching small prey for themselves! In the wild lions normally have a success rate of 20%...
Lioness

Lioness

No matter how many times you see new-borns on drive, it is always a thrill. The other night my guests and I were fortunate enough to have a fantastic sighting of one of our adult lionesses with her two month old cub. They were very relaxed with our presence, and gave...
Lions!!!!!

Lions!!!!!

Today we decided we would go and look for a leopard as it was the only big animal my guests haven’t seen. There were some light drizzles of rain so I thought it would be a quiet day! We went a long a road that had a couple of mud pans and only after 20 minutes drive...
Great sightings

Great sightings

Last night’s drive started with a sighting of our big herd of buffalo in the south of the reserve. It was still quite hot and they were competing for shade under some acacia trees. They were all very close and shoving each other out of the way to get some space! We...

Leopard Mating

Last night we were lucky enough to find a large male leopard – we followed him as he chased and killed a warthog. He ate his fill and then slept peacefully nearby. The solitary leopard is extremely difficult to spot in the wild. It is renowned for its sharp vision and...

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