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The African bush is a place of contrasts. A place where exciting adventures are experienced alongside a deep sense of peace, where the soul can recharge. A trip to the Kruger National Park is a real wildlife encounter in the bush where all one's senses come alive. This world-renowned Kruger Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa.

If you havent tried an African safari at least once, what are you waiting for? A vast expanse of wilderness waits, untamed and uncompromising in its beauty.

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On Safari With Gert

27 March 2017

We started a new Safari yesterday afternoon and after settling in at the Nhongo Lodge, our guests went on a Sunset drive during which they saw a wide variety of animals, including grazing Hippos close to the vehicle and Spotted Hyena on the prowl.

28 March 2017

We set out for a drive early this morning and were rewarded about 45 minutes into the drive when we spotted a lone female Cheetah scanning the surroundings fr om on top of a fallen tree-trunk! She sniffed the air and the dead tree a few ti mes before gracefully hopping off and striding through the tall grass and onto the road in front of us! She walked down the road for a while before heading into the tall grass to the other side and eventually out of sight, a brilliant sighting to start the day! We also found 2 Black-backed Jackals basking in the early morning sun, while it was also a good morning for Elephant sightings, as we encountered various large bulls along the way and were treated by a breeding herd coming to the river to drink

On Safari With Kara

23 March 2017

Our first afternoon we had a big elephant bull drinking water from a spring by a low level bridge we were parked while looking at a kudu eating the new green growth along the water. Later the Ellie walked along the road pulling branches of the trees and chewing on the leaves and coming down the road. That was when we smelt that he was in musth and we slowing backed away before he got to close. Smells and sounds tell you so much and when you are aware of then you end up finding loads of other things. We heard some alarm calls and after a few minutes we saw a fish eagle swinging past trying to catch a big heron.

24 March 2017

Started with an early rise but after watching a very cool sunrise of painted clouds and pink sun we were surprised by hearing from another guide that there ’ s 2 cheetahs hiding in bushes and so we decided on waiting there for a while in hope that they move and we get a good look at them. Thats what happened and finally not two but three got up and moved parallel to us and coming closes to the road. A little elephant was also being extremely brave lifting up his and shaking h is big ears protecting his mom. A beautiful male lion lifted his head up from between the lush grass to take a peak at us and we were fortunate to be there at the exact time to see him clearly.

25 March 2017

On Safari With Kara From 23 March 2017 23 March 2017 Our first afternoon we had a big elephant bull drinking water from a spring by a low level bridge we were parked while looking at a kudu eating the new green growth along the water. Later the Ellie walked along the road pulling branches of the trees and chewing on the leaves and coming down the road. That was when we smelt that he was in musth and we slowing backed away before he got to close. Smells and sounds tell you so much and when you are aware of then you end up finding loads of other things. We heard some alarm calls and after a few minutes we saw a fish eagle swinging past trying to catch a big heron. 24 March 2017 Started with an early rise but after watching a very cool sunrise of painted clouds and pink sun we were surprised by hearing from another guide that there ’ s 2 cheetahs hiding in bushes and so we decided on waiting there for a while in hope that they move and we get a good look at them. That ’ s what happened and finally not two but three got up and moved parallel to us and coming closes to the road. A little elephant was also being extremely brave lifting up his and shaking his big ears protecting his mom. A beautiful male lion lifted his head up from between the lush grass to take a peak at us and we were fortunate to be there at the exact time to see him clearly. 25 March 2017 Having been struggling to see Rhinos in the last few months we awestruck by the rhino sightings we had today. We were driving along the river and found a big Male White Rhino happily grazing completely unaware by our presence and could watch him for a while. And later we found 6 rhinos. 2 females with young and a male wanting to flirt a bit with the females who we think were in estrous. Later we got a big herd of buffalos who were to eager to come and inspect us and the vehicle with loads of young calfs in-between. The wind picked up and the hurried away towards the water. Our day ended on a high with a male Sable antelope which is a rare animal to see and always feel spoilt when finding one.

26 March 2017

Heading out early again, We were driving along a dirt road when we spotted a l one Wild dog next to the road staring at us for a while and then picking a shady spot to rest is. Disappearing into the brush. 4 Ground hornbills were calling in a big Jackal Berry with the sun rising and making their territorial call be heard for long distances. A Big bull elephant was busy eating a fallen Marula tree he pushed over to get to the roots and leaves. Effortlessly chewing through the bark just hearing him crunch. Later we found 2 big male Lions sleeping in a open spot next to the road and not wanting to be to far from one another the one got up and went to rub against the other flopping next to him. Loving when together and food is not there to bring their selfish side out.

30 March 2017 Day Safari With Kara

I picked up my 3 Guests from Malelane and made it into the gate before the sun h ad come up. Not even 10 minutes after we entered the gate we found a Female Cheetah with her four youngsters along a dirt road starting to move while the sun came up. We also happened to be there at the exact time that the female jumped up a termite mound and pose beautifully while calling her youngsters to hurry along. Our other highlight was a few Wild Dogs that was sleeping on the tar and then running along the road with their empty bellies looking for a victim. A Beautiful Dusky lark was running along the road hunting insects and later a big White Backed Vulture was taking a bath washing off the dirt. We got a distant but clear look at one of the Charleston Males moving in a drainage line looking for a shady spot to sleep in between the rocks.

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