Tag: Lion

Mudyaxihi: May 2012 – Wildlife Journal

The month of May was a successful one with great sightings and estatic guests, mornings and evenings were little chilly but the days were pleasant. Morning breaks with tea, coffee and hot chocolate are becoming more popular as we get into the winter season. Our dams and many of river systems are fill up we should have enough water to last us through dry winter … Read More Mudyaxihi: May 2012 – Wildlife Journal

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

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

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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

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December December 2011 Wildlife Journal

Wildlife Journal December 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane.

A Journey With Giraffe by Keith Jenkinson

Africa is home to many iconic animals, and people flock from all corners of the globe to see and study these animals in their natural habitat. At first visitors are enthralled by the so called “big 5”, the usual suspects – one could say. The term big five was first used by President Theodore Rooseveldt who often hunted in southern Africa and as a … Read More A Journey With Giraffe by Keith Jenkinson

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Wildlife Journal September 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

The month of September heralds the change of seasons at Inyati Game Reserve. It is a month of many colours, tones and shades. The ground offers up a tapestried carpet of autumnally coloured fallen leaves, with swathes of tiny purple flowers of the Bolusanthus speciosus trees, bright yellows of the Acacia nigrescens flowers and the electric greens of the kigelias. Everywhere there is life … Read More Wildlife Journal September 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

Wildlife Journal July 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

Inyati Game Lodge continues to surprise and tantalise us. Situated in arguably one of the best game viewing areas in the Africa, it’s a delight of being part of a park of about 22 OOO km² or approx. 2.2 million ha. There is no doubt that we have an incredible variety of animals and birds in the area, both nocturnal and diurnal. The leopards, … Read More Wildlife Journal July 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

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Painted Predators by Keith Jenkinson

Painted predators The spirit of “Ubuntu” is a philosophy that is on many a South Africans’ lips these days. The philosophy is based on all humans being interdependent irrespective of race, creed or social status. In short it boils down to the thought pattern of “I am because you are”. Few people realise how dependant we are on each other on every level of … Read More Painted Predators by Keith Jenkinson

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Wildlife Journal June 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

The last of the rains have fallen and the leaves are starting to change to beautiful shades of orange and red and covering the ground below them. We have had the most glorious weather during June and we are waiting in anticipation for a really cold snap to arrive. Although there is a definite nip in the air in the early mornings and evenings, the … Read More Wildlife Journal June 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

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Wildlife Journal April 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

At the onset of April it seemed bit cooler than March but did not last long and the temperatures rose quickly. Early morning temperatures have been chilly, down to about 17-20°C but warming up during the day to a pleasant 25-29°C. We have also been having strong blustery winds around midday, Sightings were great, and guests came back with interesting tales from the drive … Read More Wildlife Journal April 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

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