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 …

Nsunguti : January 2012 Wildlife Journal

Ximhungwe lioness

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 …

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 …

December December 2011 Wildlife Journal

Elephant (Loxodonta africana

Wildlife Journal December 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane.

Hukuri : November 2011 Wildlife Journal

Wildlife Journal November 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane.

Best wishes for a safe and prosperous Christmas and New Year.

Best wishes for a safe and prosperous Christmas and New Year.

Best wishes for a safe and prosperous Christmas and New Year.

Best wishes for a safe and prosperous Christmas and New Year..

Meet the Inyati team

At Inyati we pride ourselves on our experienced and skilled team of guides and trackers. Currently, we have four field guides with their trackers, that love sharing their extensive knowledge of the African bush and wildlife and the joy they derive from it. All our field guides have different passions and interests in the bush, …

N’wendzamhala : December 2011 Wildlife Journal

December is a wonderful festive month - the bush is alive with activity and life seems to explode in our part of the world . Rightfully named, Nwendzamhala, Shangaan word for the month of December it translate (the visits of impalas). Many of these antelopes are born and disappear as predators kills them. The rains arrived in force …

Wildlife Journal November 2011 by Khimbini Hlongwane

In a bountiful explosion, the region has burst back to life! One of the greatest pleasures of living in South Africa’s remarkable Sabi Sand Game Reserve is being able to follow the changing seasons and smell the rain in the air in summer. Scattered clouds dot the sky and light up the sunrise and sunsets …

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