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Leopard Mother and Cub

I would love to claim that it was photographic mastery or intuition that created this image, but the reality is that it was simply about being in the right place at the right time. I’ll reiterate that. The right place at the right time. The place, Chief’s Island in the Moremi National Park in the […]


Richtersveld – Bring your own water

The remoteness of the journey starts as you depart the old mining town of Port Nolloth and begin your 180km journey into the Richtersveld wilderness. Although basic facilities are available at the entrance camp, Sendelingsdrift, it is wise to be sure you have all your belonging with you, and this includes water, lots of it. […]

Meerkat Sentry Duty

Meerkats – Sacrifice for Survival

Sociality in animals is often driven by the need to survive, which in turn is controlled by need to acquire suitable foods, as well as a strategy for detecting predators or to ensure the survival of offspring. For Suricates (Suricata suricatta), sociality has evolved as a result of the continuous threat of predation by a […]


Mana Pools National Park

RULES AND REGULATIONS Every park has them. The difficulty of travel in many wilderness areas around Southern Africa today, is the necessity for strict regulations controlling visitor’s behaviour. For the respectful traveller looking for true African wilderness, this can potentially lead to frustrations. There is however a hidden gem waiting for that above mentioned traveller. […]