Blog: weekly highlights

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS 17-21 JUNE ’19

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS #68 We had a few very cold mornings during the past week, the lowest temperature we recorded was 4 degrees Celsius. With a few extra blankets and a hot water bottle to keep you warm we set out each morning excited of what we may find. There are currently two herds of buffalo […]


WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS 27-31 MAY ’19

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS #67 It is time for another edition of our weekly highlights where we look back at some of the sightings the guides and trackers enjoyed with their guests. The buffaloes were definitely one of the main attractions during the week. They have been favoring one section of the reserve for the last few […]


WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS 22-26 APRIL ’19

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS #65 Last week the lions had the spotlight in the weekly highlights but this week our leopards were running the show. Although most of the sightings were only from a few individuals, watching a leopard move through the bush with stealth and each step taken with precision is an amazing sight no matter […]


WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS 15-19 APRIL ’19

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS #64 It is Easter weekend and time for another selection of our weekly highlights. Within the last 2 months we have seen more and more of the two young leopards, while the young male is relaxed around the vehicles his little sister is not so much. They still rely heavily on their mother […]


WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS 01-05 APRIL ’19

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS #61 The lions took the spotlight this week with many incredible moments shared with Africa’s biggest cat. In the beginning of the week we had a mating pair of lions in the western sector that spent about three days in one area. Hopefully in the near future we will have little lion cubs […]


WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS 25 FEB – 01 MARCH ’19

WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS #60 The title ‘weekly highlights‘ fits this blog post slightly better than the previous ‘week in pictures‘ simply because we highlight the outstanding sightings of the week and no better time for a change than with the 60th edition. I think the sighting that got everyone from guests,guides and trackers to the lodge […]