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Smaller Things

The Smaller Things… Sun and warmth have returned to Kapama after multiple days of overcast skies and cold weather; just in time for a new set of guests to enjoy our bushveld. After driving around in the wind and cold there isn’t anything that beats a nice leisurely...
Local Resident

Local Resident

Well there we go ladies and gents another week or so gone by with updates on how our animals are doing and a few other stories. for those who don’t like snakes very much don’t worry there will only be two every month unless someone would like more, im a snake fanatic...
The day of the lions.

The day of the lions.

On Tuesday afternoon we headed out for our afternoon game drive our aim the four sub-adult female lions. Before we left River Lodge I had mentioned to my guests (a wonderful family from Israel) that the lions were going to be really difficult to find, the reason for...
My Office

My Office

Every morning as I sit in my “office” staring at my wall paintings, I realize again how fortunate I am. Other people get tired of looking at the same pictures all the time, but I am very lucky to have different ones every day, without having to spend one cent. Yes,...
Why does the rhino kick his dung about?

Why does the rhino kick his dung about?

There is an African Folktale that explains the Rhinoceros’ peculiar trait: When the world was new and the animals were still settling into their homes, Rhino and Elephant had a disagreement which, in time, turned into a clash. Both animals were strapping and outfitted...

THE ‘SMALL FIVE’

Many people have this misconception that a true African safari experience cannot be complete without seeing the ‘BIG 5’. In my short time as a ranger, I have come across some guests so disappointed to not have seen a lion make a kill or a leopard just lazing around in...

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