Wildlife Blog – June 2021

It was hoped that 2021 would be a better year for all, but it seems that the chaos of 2020 has followed through into this year. In many ways, it has been slightly better and we continue to have a steady flow of local guests, with some hints at things improving for our...

Wildlife Blog – March 2021

March finally saw us enjoy some drier weather, with much less rain, and weeks on end without any rain at all. We only had around two inches of rain in total for March, which meant that we were able to start enjoying some more off-road driving, giving us more access to...

Wildlife Blog – February 2021

The good rains continued through February, and after Cyclone Eloise in January had filled the water table, this deluge (228 mm in total) took all the dam levels to the maximum! For the first time in probably eight years, Georgie’s Dam in front of the lodge has...

Wildlife Blog – January 2021

It was with great excitement that we entered into 2021, after an extremely testing, frustrating and scary 2020. When we look back, it still seems completely unbelievable that anything of this magnitude could happen. The world effectively shut down and the safari...

Wildlife Blog – January 2020

A New Year and a new decade – a time for new beginnings. We had some very welcome rain in the first few weeks of January and it has transformed the bush into a lush sea of green! With the summer temperatures soaring well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (35+ degrees...

Wildlife Blog – December 2019

The festive season has been a month of incredible sightings, much needed early rain, and the boom of babies across the concession. Along with the joy and happiness surrounding the festive period comes the birth of many animals, including impalas, wildebeest, zebra and...