Our president David traveled to Kenya with his wife Gana and said the views there were some of his favorite. “Every morning bull elephants would come off the ridge into the plains and you see animals and in the distance you see the Mara River.” Click the link in bio to hear more about their trip to Angama Mara.
The study reveals that in this challenging environment, elephants are consistently able to pinpoint the closest waterhole and begin moving purposely towards it – over distances as vast as 50km – when the urge to drink sets in.
Snow ❄️ V Sun ☀️ = Alaska Vs South Africa!
If the wilderness is where you find your calling then you may find one of these two places to be your next holiday destination. Explore the wild in Alaska and see how many of the 9 species of whale you can spot. And if the cooler climates aren’t for you, then head to the realms of South Africa and see how many of the Big Five you can discover in their natural environments. Alaska or South Africa, where would you choose to go? ‘https://www.travelcounsellors.co.uk/gb/leisure/explore/sun-vs-snow-this-winter/
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Safari Trips had the honour and privilege of taking German tourists to the Kruger Park over the last week and they left feeling ecstatic as we delivered again for our clients.
There is nothing better than showing people a lion or leopard for the first time in their lives.
-13 wild dog on the road including pups
- 2 male cheetah on the side of the road marking their territory - Big herd of buffalo in the road and surrounding our vehicle
- endless elephant encounters right by the vehicle
- White rhino
Leopard using our vehicle as cover and walking under the vehicle stalking impala
we had 2 leopards in 1 sighting and ALL TO OURSELVES -3 young males on the side of the road
-11 lion -2 big male lions walking walking right passed our car and roaring
- Another 2 big male lions in the road a few km further down the
road also marking territory .
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I’ve been visiting Kruger Park— one of the largest game safaris in Africa, since I was a little kid. It’s memories hold dear to me, including the one time my family was driving through and were recipients of a flat tire just a few minutes shy of a lion encounter. 🦁 To this day, my mother will still not let us roll down the window.
With this being Chris’ first time in Africa, I knew I had to take him here. We rented a lodge in #MarlothPark through @airbnb looking over the reserve. We did a night safari through Marloth and a full day safari through Ama-Amazing tours, who I couldn’t recommend more.
We almost saw the entire Big Five, missing only the leopard 🐆, which is notorious for being the most difficult mammal to see (go at night and early mornings to increase your chances).
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Oh Jambo(hello) Kenya ❤️ If an African Safari is not on your list, PUT IT ON THERE NOW! I DEMAND YOU. This was was truly one of the most memorable travel experiences I’ve ever had.
Mind you, I was fortunate enough to go on Safari in Kruger National Park(South Africa) while studying abroad years ago. At the time, I’m ashamed to admit that I couldn’t fully appreciate the beauty of going on Safari. I was like, why are we up so early and where are the animals??? I was impatient, only envisioning what most of us see in zoos. Everything so immediate. That’s the thing though - we’re so used to manufactured interactions with animals and this can make create impatience on Safari. You’re up before dawn and you’re essentially playing the waiting game. It could take hours before you see a lion or days days before you see a leapord. It may not happen at all, but that’s the beauty in it when it finally does. Once you realize that you’re out in the wild on some National Geographic ish, there’s a much greater appreciation.
We were able to see the Big 5(Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, Leopard, and Elephant). Even more so, we were able to witness the circle of life. It was absolutely incredible to learn that every animal, plant, etc. has a place and purpose. Every. Single. One.
And even get me started on the Masai people of Kenya. It was an absolute honor to learn about their tribe and culture. I’ll be sharing more over stories in the next few days and I’m excited for you all to come along for the ride in the Masai Mara National Reserve! Have you dreamed of going on an African Safari? Have you heard of the Masai Tribe?? What questions do you have about this experience?
Two days ago I was fortunate to witness a sighting that is fairly common this time of the year, with new animal births coinciding with the rains and fresh nutritious vegetation growth to feed on. More often than not an #Impala lamb is caught, but in this case, #mondzomale#leopard flushed a baby #Nyala from the thickets and proceeded to shadow it for a good hour. A typical cat playing with its mouse scenario played out, without too much rough handling by the #Leopard . Having finished a kill the morning before, the leopard was not hungry, and may have eventually become bored with the game he was playing, and allowed the young #antelope to live and walk away. ( Well, that’s what I tell you all so it’s not too sad, 🤫) it really was a special sighting on my #wildlife photographic #safari here at @royalmalewane which I was lucky enough to share with @devwindsor and @johnnydex @sigmaphoto_sa#sigmaphoto_sa
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