The miracle of new life in the Kruger National Park, it took a mere 9 minutes for this little Wildebeest calf to stand up after being born. What a special sighting for our elated guests as we witnessed this from beginning to end.
It is that time of year when many of the surplus of impala lambs become a meal for the Kruger Mational Park's opportunistic predators. This brave impala lamb made a good escape effort but it had no chance against a pack of 27 Wild Dogs!
Turn up the VOLUME and listen to the incredible SOUND of 10 Wild Dogs chasing off a large female Spotted Hyena who ventured too close to their den site and puppies. A perfect example of teamwork and how to look after one another, we can all learn from the Painted Wolve...
We all know how fast a Cheetah is, but how impressive is the agility and speed of this little Steenbok running for his life! The Kruger National Park just keeps on delivering these magical moments on Safari!
What an unforgettable week on Safari in the Kruger National Park, the highlight was undoubtedly being treated to the only known truly wild male white lion (sub adult) having a drink, his face bloodied and black after finishing off a Hippo carcass!
The Kgalagadi has the unique ability to touch every visitor's soul, there is a glue that brings people from different cultures together, each person in common awe of the remoteness of this breathtaking landscape and hardy desert adapted wildlife that abounds.