Tag: #sabisand

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New Look For Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve

The team from Inyati Game Lodge are pleased to announce a substantial  refurbishment of the lodge, which is set in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park. Major structural renovations of the central recreational areas include an extension of the main veranda area to capitalise on the uninterrupted scenes of the Sand river and its … Read More New Look For Inyati Game Lodge, Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve

Running for Rhinos – Rhino Warrior race

“The only way to save a Rhinoceros is save the environment in which it lives, because there is a mutual dependency between it and millions of other species of both plant and animal ”

– David Attenborough- 

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The bush revived by Matt

It is astonishing the speed with which the landscape recovers after the first rains in the bush.

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Airlink’s city to bush-lodge network now on sale!

The new Lodge Link System will serve to complement Airlink’s already established and increasingly popular Cape Town and Johannesburg to Skukuza services. Since the re-opening of Skukuza airport on 2 June 2014, more than 33,000 travellers passed through its doors entrenching Skukuza as a key access point to the world-renowned Kruger National Park Eco leisure destination, and the exclusive Lodges in nearby private game reserves such as Sabi Sand and Timbavati.

2016 Safari Awards Voting is Now Open

2016 Safari Awards Voting is Now Open

If you have been on a memorable safari holiday, or stayed at what you consider the best safari lodge, you can vote for it now in the 2016 Safari Awards.

The best safari properties in Africa and beyond received over 13,500 votes last year, in categories including Best Value Safari Property, Best Safari Cuisine and Best Safari Guiding Team.

Stacy’s Story

Stacy’s Story.

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November ’14 Field Guide Report by Matt

So with much pomp and ceremony, there has been very little rain. A few showers here and there but nothing significant. Instead of sweltering heat followed by thunderstorms which I have been expecting. It has been chilly in the mornings although I refuse to wear a fleece this time of the year on principal. The bush has turned green but everything seems to be … Read More November ’14 Field Guide Report by Matt

South Africa’s Kruger Park Loses its First Elephant; Kenya Loses an Icon

South Africa’s Kruger Park Loses its First Elephant; Kenya Loses an Icon.

The Writing on the Wall

Bird Migration by Matthew Brennan

Book of Job (39:26) – Doth the hawk fly by Thy wisdom and stretch her wings toward the south?” Early ornithologists noted changes in the birds based on the different seasons, references to migration date back to 3000 years ago when Aristotle postulated the phenomenon of birds disappearing and reappearing every year at the same time. He noted cranes travelled from the steppes of … Read More Bird Migration by Matthew Brennan

Experience fantastic close-up’s with Africa’s wildlife by Matt Brennan

Walking is my favourite activity on offer in the bush, I feel that you get a much more personal experience and that the special moments come thick and fast. I recently took a walk that holds out for me as one of the most exciting walks I’ve ever been on in a long while. I think I need to give you a bit of … Read More Experience fantastic close-up’s with Africa’s wildlife by Matt Brennan

50 million years on Earth….Disappearing in 6?!

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