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Why Don’t We Help Injured Animals?

Through out my guiding career a question that popped up so often was, do you help injured animals when you find them? I will get to the answer to that [...]

Patience Pays with a Male Leopard and his Aardvark Kill

Regular safari goers will be well aware of the amount of time and patience that is sometimes needed to capture an image which, for all intensive purposes, has a lifespan [...]

Video: lion tug of war

The Hide seem to have some new maintenance managers! Check out this video of a pride of lions playing with some rubber pipes near camp.

Getting to know your safari guide

Meet the latest editions to the Kichaka guide team – together Moli and Jacques have over 45 years of experience in the bush, it doesn’t get better than that! Read [...]

Daughters Of The Mapogo Lions – Rebuilding The Othawa Pride – 133: River Interactions
5 facts about elephant shrews

See one of the Big 5 and one of its Little 5 namesakes in the same spot at the same time.

Why Previous Guiding Experience is So Important for a Photographic Guide

One of the things that I personally enjoy about the Wild Eye Team is that all of us have some form of  previous guiding experience. Now, without blowing too much [...]

Female Leopard Charges Between Mating Sessions: Sex In The Wild
Hippo relief efforts in drought-stricken Kenya

On 15th March 2017, Care for the Wild Kenya received reports from Lamu County in Kenya, (the sites are Mkunumbi, Chomo, Mokowe, Lake Kenyatta and Mpeketoni) that hippos were bearing [...]

Going solo on safari in Kenya

On a solo safari, I knew I’d be missing out on the knowledge – and keen eyes – of a guide. But I wanted the adventure of driving myself and [...]

A guide to getting lost in Lalibela

The labyrinthine world of Lalibela is one of the holiest sites in Ethiopia. It is included on nearly every standard tour of the country and for good reason. To explore [...]

Why to visit Totties Farm Kitchen near Knysna

By Roxanne Reid. If ever you get a chance to explore the Rheenendal Ramble – an informal lucky packet of stops along the Rheenendal Road 15km west of Knysna on [...]

Hwange Elephant Movements – Not Just a Flight of Fashion

What do elephants and fashion have in common? Marian Myers reveals more in her article, detailing one of the elephant studies being conducted in Hwange National Park.