Delicious food, game viewing from the swimming pool, great guides and amazing wildlife make Thornybush's Waterside Lodge a perfect bush break.
Lower Sabie Rest Camp is easily one of the Kruger National Park's most renowned rest camps. It is always fully booked. I set out to find out why.
Warthogs and mongooses have an interesting, symbiotic relationship that rests on the phrase ‘so what’s in it for me’, rather than ‘I love you with all my heart’.
An elephant turned the tables on a poacher in Zimbabwe recently. The elephant escaped with its life; the poacher did not.
Heading into the more central region, Satara Rest Camp is surrounded be large open plains, hosting lion and lots of other exciting game. With lots of grass and play areas, this is a great camp for families.
The delight of canaries is loudest when you listen.
Wouldn’t you like to try Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak or use Gollum’s ring to disappear? You’re not alone. Nature’s been working on the problem of not being seen for millions of years.
&Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal has announced that five specially selected dogs and their handlers will undergo an intensive 10-week training course to help fight rhino poaching in the area.
During my third week in the Kruger National Park, I got to explore the more central regions of the park. I stayed at Tamboti and Satara and ended my week off at the ever popular Lower Sabie Rest Camp.