Posts Tagged "nature"

Lioness relocating her cubs

On the afternoon Safari on the 7 March, there was a great sighting of a lioness relocating her two cubs. Our guides happened to be in the right place at the right time. It was such a special sighting with...Read More

Highlights from January 2018

Every Game drive in the Pilanesberg is different, as guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive. We have kicked off the year with...Read More

Some highlights from November

Every Game drive in the Pilanesberg is different, as guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive. The babies have started to arrive… the...Read More

Some highlights from October

Every Game drive in the Pilanesberg is different, as guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive. This month the rain has started (nice...Read More

Some highlights from our September

Every Game drive in the Pilanesberg is different, as guides we drive through the gate and never know exactly what is going to happen. This all adds to the excitement as we head out on a game drive. The sightings...Read More

Leopard rock jumping -“That’s one way to keep your paws dry”

On the 8 September while out on one of our exclusive game drives in the Pilanesberg National Park field guide Tarryn Rae and her guests came across a male leopard that had decided there was only one way to get across...Read More

Winter is coming to an end and a great winter it has been

As winter comes to an end we reflect back on the amazing sightings we had while doing Game drives in the Pilanesberg National Park.Read More

Female Cheetah Rain and her current three cubs

It has been amazing to see how fast the cheetah cubs have grown and how they are developing into the little hunters they were born to be, thanx to moms guidance of course. The youngsters were born around May 2016...Read More

Rhino darting – Something special

Most of us know about the plight of the Rhino. Both the black and white rhino populations, along with other mammals, are in huge trouble of being wiped out. The thought of Africa no longer being home to “The Big...Read More

The Famous BIG 5

Of all the mammals in Africa why were these ones chosen as the BIG 5? In the19th and early 20thcenturies The Big Five quickly became known as the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot. With hunters seeking the thrill...Read More
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