Elephants prove just how clever and resourceful they are!
Elephants prove just how clever and resourceful they are!
The Kruger National Park (KNP) lost a pack of African wild dogs to canine distemper. The disease commonly affects domestic dogs and can also spill over to the wildlife such as the African wild dogs, hyenas, lions and jackals.
A fight breaks out as three male lions catch a lioness chewing on their food.
Two leopards do it like they do on the Discovery Channel.
A battle over food between a lion and a pack of hyenas results in some tail pulling.
Some fun facts about Kruger’s little ones!
Watch an extremely rare but gruesome sighting of lions eating a rhino while it is still alive in Kruger National Park.
54% of the southern Kruger lion population is estimated to be infected with bovine tuberculosis, which could have big consequences for the park if not managed properly.
SANParks to open a 240-bed safari lodge on the periphery of Kruger National Park to cater for those who are looking for a full-service facility rather than self-catering options.
Watch this footage of a feisty baby elephant doing a funny dance before going for a dip!
Two companies will leverage technology to proactively intervene and stop people entering game reserves illegally.
With all the viral videos of animal charges circulating online, many are left questioning how safe going on safari really is.
The CEO of Africa Geographic implores people to help ensure a controversial new documentary about rhinos is completed without censorship.
A pack of wild dogs learn a valuable lesson: Don’t mess with an elephant mama!
Explore the Kruger National Park like never before and discover all that Africa has to offer on a walking safari.
It’s busy season at Cheetah Paw Eco Lodge and there have been lions everywhere! See some of the most recent and unique sightings at Kruger.
All hell breaks loose in this elephant herd when its youngest members are confronted with some suspicious bubbles.
A radio-controlled car was recently aggressively steered towards a lioness in the Kruger National Park.
A herd of elephants have some muddy fun as the rain returns to Kruger National Park.
This little elephant has just discovered his trunk and it seems to have a mind of its own, much to the surprise of its owner.
A leopard with a taste for bacon raids a skottel braai at a picnic site in Kruger.
With a larger hippo population than ever before, SANParks is considering culling hippos to counter the issues brought about by the current drought. The meat will then be given to surrounding communities to prevent them from poaching animals inside the Kruger.
The ongoing drought is taking its toll on South Africa’s wildlife. In the Kruger National Park, questions have been raised about the possible impact that a potential re-opening of some old boreholes could have on the park’s elephants.
As Southern Africa’s worst drought in 10 years decimates both vegetation and wildlife in Kruger National Park, we look at the silver lining and what it means for the survival of the fittest in Africa.
Kruger National Park has discovered an elephant carcass, 110 dead white-backed vultures, two male lions and two black-backed jackals killed by wildlife poisoning.
Lions chase and bring down a limping buffalo on a road in Kruger, just metres away from tourists.
Kruger National Park faces a harsh winter as the effects of drought take their toll.
Dance To Be Wild is empowering South African children to take ownership of their wildlife heritage through the beauty of dance!
A buffalo gets one over on a scaredy cat lion.
Kruger National Park is full of surprises, and it doesn’t get much better than spotting two cheetah brothers and a pack of wild dogs!
A standoff with three elephant bulls on a trail in Kruger National Park. Excellent guiding keeps everyone safe!
One poacher killed and two others arrested by rangers in Kruger as local community members watch on.
A look at why it is best to be accompanied on a safari by a professional guide, especially in the Kruger.
The first comprehensive guide to all roads in Kruger National Park by the award-winning photographers, Heinrich, Philip and Ingrid van den Berg.
Tourists traumatised by horrifying scene on a road in South Africa’s Kruger National Park.
A photographic celebration of babies in the bush!
Here are 6 interesting things you need to know about lion interactions.
Three things a conscientious traveller should bear in mind before going to Africa.
Wild dogs give three leopards a time-out in three separate trees!
A ruckus in the bushveld between leopards, lions and a noisy warthog!
SANParks is implementing a new system to streamline day visitors into Kruger National Park over the festive season.
Two Majingilane male lions force a female away from the wildebeest that she had just killed on a hunt in the Kruger National Park. Even the cute cubs got a piece of the action!
Watch in this video as a male leopard catches a domestic dog.
A leopard sneaks up on two ground hornbills in Kruger National Park.
An elephant calf gets stuck in a waterhole. Watch as the herd returns and the elephants lends a helping trunk.
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