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Elephant Plains in Greater Kruger

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Ultimate Chobe Safari: A Hunting Croc tries Again and Again

Brendon Reports from the Ultimate Chobe Safari: A Hunting Croc tries Again and AgainAnother heavenly beautiful morning awaited us on the river this morning, and again the abundance of wildlife was breathtaking. A [...]

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Ultimate Chobe Safari: Hippo Altercation

Brendon Reports from the Ultimate Chobe Safari: The river was simply beautiful this morning and we took full advantage of each fabulous, very full moment.There was just so much life on, around, above, and in the [...]

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Ultimate Chobe Safari: An Ideal Start to our Safari

Brendon Reports from the Ultimate Chobe Safari: As everyone was here by midday we quickly got down to ‘business’. Big decisions! Should we go out on the river this afternoon – or should we venture [...]

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Elephant Plains: Both Anderson and Salayexe on our Final Game Drive

Ben’s News from Elephant Plains:Both Anderson and Salayexe on our Final Game DriveWe set out for our final game drive this morning, intent on finding at least one leopard. After all, yesterday we only had [...]

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Elephant Plains: Disappearing Leopards

Ben’s News from Elephant Plains:Disappearing LeopardsI will start with an image of one of the lions from last night: We set out early this morning, determined to find leopard tracks, but there were none, and [...]

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Elephant Plains: Up Close and Personal with Elephants

Ben’s News from Elephant Plains:Up Close and Personal with ElephantsAfter quickly checking for leopard tracks (none that we could see), we went directly to the buffalo carcass – well, what is left of it! [...]

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Elephant Plains: From Lions to Leopard to Lions

Ben’s News from Elephant Plains:Sitting on the deck at the Lodge under a clear Lowveld sky twinkling with an incredible number of stars, I cannot help thinking how privileged we are to be here, following the [...]

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Elephant Plains: The Lion ‘Drought’ broken – and How!

Ben’s News from Elephant Plains:The Lion ‘Drought’ broken – and How!No lions have been spotted in this section of the Sabi Sand Reserve for 32 days – until today, that is! And today [...]

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Elephant Plains: Cheetahs Rough-and-Tumble

Andrew Reports from Elephant Plains:Cheetahs Rough-and-TumbleDid the Wild Dogs make a kill last night? This was our question as we went in search of them as soon as we left the Lodge this morning. We found their [...]

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Elephant Plains: Tingana Starts and Ends our Day

Andrew Reports from Elephant Plains:Tingana Starts and Ends our DayThis morning we went straight to the leopard kill hoping that Tingana and/or Salayexe would still be around. Tingana was easy to find as he lay in [...]

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