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Congratulations to Khimbini. We are proud of you!

Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #2 Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #2

Tourism Indaba Interview

Indaba Interview We talk to Keith and Pete of Inyati Private Game Reserve in South Africa about the work they are doing to combat rhino poaching. 210 rhino have been shot and they are losing more rhinos than are being born and if it continutes rhinos are probably heading for extinction in the next 3-4 years!Hear about the amazing work Inyati together with other … Read More Tourism Indaba Interview

Leave time just to do nothing – to enjoy the peace, sense of space, the colours – the very essence of Africa.

“Africa is for the whole family to enjoy”.

Dzivamusoko : April 2012 Wildlife Journal

The month of April has come and gone, what is left is an unforgettable memories and life experiences.  Autumn is in full swing here in Sabi Sand Reserve and winter is closing in very quickly indeed. Morning and evening temperatures are getting cooler and cooler by the day we can feel the early morning chill is creeping in the back door and the days … Read More Dzivamusoko : April 2012 Wildlife Journal

RHINO FACT FILE: Rhino Action Group Effort

What is the problem? By the end of October 2011, over 350 rhinos had been killed by poachers. Most of these were in the Kruger National Park. Last year, 333 rhinos were killed illegally by poachers, 10 were black rhinos which are critically endangered. This total death count is nearly three times more than in 2009. Poaching is being carried out by well-organised criminal … Read More RHINO FACT FILE: Rhino Action Group Effort

Nyenyankulu: March 2012 – (End of an era) Wildlife Journal

The weather this month was perfect. The afternoon showers provided a refreshing relief from the warm days and cleared the air to reveal stunning blue skies. The hint of cloud remaining on the skyline provided us with the backdrop for some beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The clear skies allowed the stars to be enjoyed as we dined in boma and shonalanga (bush dinner site) … Read More Nyenyankulu: March 2012 – (End of an era) Wildlife Journal

R.I.P Mr T

Love him or hate him the infamous short maned male in the Mapogo coalition earned the respect of his harshest critis this morning. True to his caracter he fought alone to protect his territory, an ageing lone male against four bristling new…comers.  Unfortunately the outcome was inevitable and the death of Mr T  all but ends the reighn of the  Mapogo. He went honorably … Read More R.I.P Mr T

Nyenyenyani : February 2012 Wildlife Journal

It was another stunning summer month at Inyati Game Reserve this February. Impressive rains are continuing to sustain the thousands of antelope gathered on the dams and rivers. We have had very varied weather over the month, with wind, quick showers and then sunshine, sometimes we got all in one day. We have also had a few thunderstorms and some good showers Sabi Sand … Read More Nyenyenyani : February 2012 Wildlife Journal

+ Ximhungwe lioness

Nsunguti : January 2012 Wildlife Journal

So we’re into the summer season now and with the summer season comes an increase in tropical activity off the east coast of South Africa. These summer cyclones that occur usually don’t have an effect on South African weather and tend to move south before approaching the S.A coast line. Rain has been quite a dominant factor this month. Dramatic is an understatement – … Read More Nsunguti : January 2012 Wildlife Journal

The heavy floods cut-off access to Inyati

Thank you all for the wishes during the floods. The lodge is fine, only the lower deck and our treehouse experienced the wra th of the Sand river. Luckily the lodge was built above the fifty year floodline. Our river views have dramatically improved, a beautiful sand bank has formed and the flood has cleared a remarkable amout of vegetation…a silver lining yet! The … Read More The heavy floods cut-off access to Inyati

+ Elephant (Loxodonta africana

December December 2011 Wildlife Journal

Wildlife Journal December 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane.

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