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The Southern Pride was lazing about in the morning sun after having just finished a meal.
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We took some of our guests out after dinner to take a stab at photographing the night sky and it was a great success! We all got some fantastic images.
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Maxabeni claims Little Bush's kill.
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Maxabeni found an old kudu skin – the same kudu that Kashane was feeding on recently.
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A clan of hyenas were chasing each other around and eventually found themselves among a journey of giraffes.
The Southern Pride was found this morning out in the open and sleeping off their recent meal. The cubs were the only exception and they were all having a great time together while the adults rested.
A Lilac-breasted Roller gazes off into the distance as it watches carefully for any insects that might present themselves as a meal.
Little birds like the Three-banded Plover can often be found looking for food around our many watering holes.
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Today we celebrate Heritage Day & National Braai Day in South Africa. A day where South Africans are encouraged to celebrate their culture and diversity of beliefs and traditions, often around a fire sharing one another's heritage!
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Maxabeni was still seen last night around the bushbuck kill that he stole from the Little Bush female yesterday morning. Here he was seen to be consuming every last little morsel from the remains of the carcass.
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We had an awesome sighting of some reedbuck who were very relaxed around our vehicle.
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"Monochrome Monday" is a way of seeing the world from a different perspective. There are an estimated 10 million colours the human eye can register, as opposed to 450 shades of grey, with these colours sometimes distracting from the natural beauty of a subject. Welcome to this week's edition by Mike Palmer…
This week I’ve chosen images containing a variety of subjects for your enjoyment. I hope you like them…
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The Little Bush female and her cub were followed to a bushbuck kill yesterday afternoon and upon following up on them this morning, we were greeted by Maxabeni. He laid claim to the kill that the female had made and as we sat there we were privy to some very interesting behaviour. Eventually though the leopardess and her cub decided to leave the area in search of new opportunities. Video to follow…
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This morning Maxabeni was seen in front of Bush Lodge and was later found marking his territory. He travelled quite a long distance as he is prone to doing.
A Blue Waxbill stands out in stark relief from the dry bush.
This big bull buffalo stoops down to drink from a watering hole as the sun sets behind him.
An elephant’s tusks and trunk are their two main tools in their relentless pursuit of food and are both very deft in obtaining all sorts of things.
After hearing the bark of some kudu in the distance, we were able to catch up to the Kashane male leopard just after he had been to drink at a watering hole.
An impala can easily become lost in the crowd and this one thing they use to their advantage when avoiding predators.
Two Wahlberg’s Eagles huddle together as they gaze up at a vulture flying overhead.
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After a lengthy tracking exercise, the Hlarulini female leopard was found exploring one of the massive rocky outcrops as well as very actively scent marking.
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Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve - Luxury Safari Experience
Introduction

Over a span of 30 years, Sabi Sabi has evolved, protected and respected the wilderness in its care, and emerged to become the award winning icon it is today – a wildlife oasis in the heart of the African bushveld offering unparalleled luxury at each of its four, 5-star lodges.

Situated in Sabi Sand Wildtuin, a recognised hotspot of biodiversity within the greater Kruger National Park, Sabi Sabi is blessed with an astonishing variety of habitat and wildlife. Guests have an excellent chance of close encounters with the Big 5 – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino – as well as cheetah, wild dog and all species indigenous to the area. Here one will experience Africa’s ever-changing landscapes and rhythms; from the clear light of dawn and the pastel haze of late afternoon, to the fiery sunsets and sudden onset of night. Against this backdrop, the abundant animals and extraordinary variety of birds exist in their unfenced natural environment, as they have done for centuries. Exciting morning and evening open Land Rover safaris, as well as environmental awareness walking safaris, are led by experienced rangers and trackers.

Within this untamed setting, Sabi Sabi has created its luxurious lodges in the styles and atmospheres of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

A tribute to the pioneers of the grand steam train era of the late 1800’s, the historically themed Selati Camp is the Sabi Sabi of Yesterday. Selati’s 8 beautifully appointed suites, including the Ivory Presidential Suite, are filled with authentic antiques, vintage décor and railway memorabilia - offering intimacy and romance with a dash of nostalgic opulence.

The Today experience is found at Bush Lodge, rebuilt and revamped, it’s traditional safari style made new and exciting with a vibrant and eclectic mix of furnishings and décor garnered from all corners of the African continent. Accommodating only 25 couples, the lodge has earned a reputation of warmth, service excellence and personalized attention. Little Bush Camp continues the Today experience of consummate African hospitality. The lodge is intimate – just 6 suites, making it an ideal retreat for small groups seeking an idyllic hideaway.

Earth Lodge, the Sabi Sabi of Tomorrow, is a celebration of ecological responsibility, which belies its 5-Star rating and standing as one of the world’s top 10 destinations. Sculpted into a slope of the earth, the lodge merges so well into the surrounding bushveld that it is virtually invisible. Earth Lodge has been transformed to reflect Africa’s mineral wealth in tones of platinum, bronze, silver, gold and copper. Magnificent chandeliers and natural fabrics all enhance Earth Lodge’s perfect proportions and gracefully curved walls in textures and hues borrowed from nature. Designed to instill a sense of peace, the new-look lodge is the ultimate luxury escape. Each of the 13 suites, including the famous Amber Presidential Suite, is individually decorated and gloriously luxurious. Earth Lodge continuously meets and exceeds the highest international standards of architectural design, innovative décor and superb facilities. While maintaining a deep respect and bond with the wilderness, Sabi Sabi continues to be voted one of world’s premier safari destinations.

While maintaining a deep respect and bond with the wilderness, Sabi Sabi continues to be voted one of the world’s premier safari destinations.

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+27 (11) 447-7172
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+27 (11) 442-0728