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Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve - Luxury Safari Experience
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After eating his fill of his warthog kill, Maxabeni proceeded to groom himself and then tried to get some shut eye and digest his food to make some room to eat again.
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10/16/18
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Five lions were found this morning resting on top of a termite mound but soon made their way, walking into the wind picking up on the scent of a herd of buffalo.
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We were delighted to find a large dazzle of Zebra frolicking on the open plains before our morning coffee. We stopped near a waterhole and sat back to enjoy the view as the Zebras approached for a drink.
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10/16/18
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Two elephant bulls were seen gracefully drinking around a quiet waterhole until a large herd of Cape Buffalo joined as they too quenched their thirst.
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10/16/18
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Why safari? Find out just why in Kerry-Lee's latest blog...
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Happening now! A large Elephant Bull joins Earth Lodge guests for afternoon high tea, except he entered on the roof of the lodge...
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10/15/18
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An elderly female Spotted Hyena slowly wakes up after a long day of digesting a full stomach near a waterhole.
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What an incredible sighting!! Wild dogs killed an impala very close to the entrance to Bush Lodge yesterday afternoon and within no time, some hyenas came in and stole it from them.
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10/15/18
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Seen on safari:

Upon watching a small breeding herd of elephants drink late one afternoon, Candy our tracker pointed out that a leopard was also observing the scene from across the riverbed. He waited for the herd to move off before approaching to quench his thirst. He came to rest on a termite mound around dusk and was found the next morning resting not far from Little Bush Camp.

The Fish Eagle has one of the most widely recognised calls in the African bush and is often known as “the voice of Africa”.

There are few mammals as picture perfect as a Zebra.

A female leopard gets a vantage point on a log whilst posing beautifully for us.

Golden hour in the bush is a special and beautiful time of day. This youngster was very inquisitive and showed a great deal of interest Ally’s tracker.

With the overcast and rainy weather we have experienced this weekend, this young male leopard was definitely the sighting we needed to brighten our day and he did just that as he was found moving through a dense drainage line and then decided to rest upon a termite mound offering us the best photographic opportunities.

A large male Waterbuck approaches a waterhole to have a drink one late afternoon.

A Spotted Eagle Owl prepares for a night of hunting shortly after dark.

Elephants have extremely thick hides, as thick as 3cm's. Here one can see the beautiful texture of the large mammal’s skin... heavily wrinkled and creased.

These baboons were soaking up the sun on a huge granite boulder, taking turns to groom each other.

Thirsty buffalo having a drink, most of them entered the water to cool down. A rare Yellow-billed Oxpecker was also seen on one of the buffalo.
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10/15/18
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A perfectly timed sundowner stop.
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