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It can be easy to forget the real meaning of Christmas. Then we come across a story like this and we are reminded what this time is really all about. [...]

Why to visit Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary near Plett

​By Roxanne Reid. I’ve never wanted to see tigers, jaguars or cougars in South Africa, simply because they don’t belong here and I don’t enjoy seeing wild animals in captivity. [...]

Being part of the pack

Being part of the pack is exactly how we felt during our quick two-hour drive at Xigera Camp this morning. [...]

Bye Bye Nicolas! | The Lion Whisperer


This Year’s Top 10 Wildlife Sightings – Compilation


From time beyond, the Baobabs on Chole

Baobabs stand tall and unchallenged on the East coast islands in the Indian Ocean, thriving singly and in groves. All ages, shapes and sizes of this magnificent tree flourish. There [...]

The More They Stay The Same

“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun” declares the ancient wisdom of Ecclesiastes. Recent events would [...]

360 Degree Wildlife in the Linyanti

Besides the Okavango Delta, one of the most remarkable phenomena of the natural world, there is a neighbouring mini-delta system that flows from the Kwando and Linyanti Rivers into northern [...]

Mermaids, mojitos and merriment in Mauritius

5 things that made a stay at Le Prince Maurice truly memorable and will definitely see this blogger returning again and again. Read more › The post Mermaids, mojitos and [...]

Video: A successful elephant rescue

The moral of this story is for people to be aware of what they leave behind in the wilderness. ‘’leave no footprints’’ – our wild animals are at risk. This [...]

What next for Africa’s biofuel industries?

The sentencing of a supposed US biofuel entrepreneur on fraud charges earlier this year drew something of a line under a distinctly unsavoury saga, but it only told one small [...]

Spend a night in jail at Willowmore in the Karoo

By Roxanne Reid. Staying in quirky, different places is always a kick, whether it’s in a tree house or a cave, on a train or a houseboat. So imagine my [...]

Trophy Hunting: unethical Namibian hunters to blame for poor image

Hunters who engage in unethical and illegal practices are largely to blame for the decline in the “overall acceptance” of trophy hunting by the general public and influential institutions across [...]

Watch This Wild Buffalo Give Birth


A leopard and an elephant sighting at a Marula tree

Having seen the leopard in the Marula tree with the Steenbok kill the evening before and motivated to view the sighting again, we decided to venture out earlier than the [...]

An exciting sighting of a pink elephant calf with blue eyes

One thing becomes clear, being out in the bush on a daily basis – nature never runs short of surprises. When you think you have seen it all, suddenly you [...]

The oxpecker, a hitchhiker that makes itself useful

We can all recognise certain birds because they’re large, colourful, have an easily identifiable call, a distinctive style of flying or something special that sticks in the mind Read more [...]

Video: rhinos charge tourists on walking safari

Watch this video of rhinos charging tourists on a walking safari in the Kruger National Park. Read more › The post Video: rhinos charge tourists on walking safari appeared first [...]

Lions, impala, mud! An epic sighting at the hide!

Nkosi had taken some guests on a game drive to Ngweshla Pan, a commonly visited area by most who come to Hwange National Park. Read more › The post Lions, [...]

Leopard Fall from Tree- Londolozi TV