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Lion kill in Etosha

On our fourth day in the Etosha National Park we found ourselves decamped to the North-eastern edge of the great Etosha pan at the secluded Onkoshi Camp. It wasn't possible for us to use our own vehicles to get to this camp from Fort Namutoni, so we were ferried there in open [...]

By |9th January 2014|Photography, Ranger Stories, Trip Reports|Comments Off on Lion kill in Etosha
  • A less than 24 hour old baby rhino looks quizzically in our direction.

A Mexican standoff at Sabi Sabi

Early on one of our morning drives at the recent Ultimate Big 5 Safari at Sabi Sabi our ranger Ross and tracker Solly got lucky. There was a female leopard strolling down the road we were driving along. She was moving with intent, every so often ducking into the bushes. [...]

By |15th August 2013|Ranger Stories, Trip Reports|Comments Off on A Mexican standoff at Sabi Sabi

Leaping Leopards

Whilst Sabi Sabi prides itself on our ability to find and view leopards in their most natural state it is still a rare sighting. Now as we hit the winter solstice and the middle of our dry season the bush is clearing out making the viewing all the better and [...]

By |22nd June 2011|Ranger Stories|Comments Off on Leaping Leopards

Tensions run high

What an amazing 24 hours we have had. It all started last night as we drove out the lodge and found 2 rhinos feeding, then drove a further 300 metres to find a huge herd of elephant and after leaving them we were called back to the area cause somebody [...]

By |12th May 2011|Ranger Stories|Comments Off on Tensions run high

New additions to Sabi Sabi

Even before arriving at Sabi Sabi I had the privilege of following the life of the lions that I would soon call my resident pride. For the last year here at Sabi Sabi I have got to know these cats intimately as their territory is almost exclusively on our reserve. The pride [...]

By |20th March 2011|Ranger Stories|0 Comments

Crazy Summer Wildlife

After all the rain this summer the bush is thick, green and fully in bloom. Flowers are out, trees are fruiting and all the animals are looking after their new born babies. We have had some amazing new additions to Sabi Sabi over the past few months which have provided [...]

By |28th February 2011|Ranger Stories|Comments Off on Crazy Summer Wildlife
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