An incredible sequence captured by guide Ruan Springorum at Kwandwe Private Game Reserve when a male lion dug into a warthog burrow and latched onto the first one that emerged.
Being out on safari is about connecting with nature, more than simply seeing amazing animals and birdlife, it is witnessing the next chapter of an ancient and incredible story unfold, it is the ‘bush theatre’.
Cheetah have always been a special animal at Kwandwe and steal the hearts of many of our guests. A litter of four cubs, three females and a male, beat the odds by making it to independence.
The eyes of animals come in all shapes, colours and sizes, and are crucial to their survival and quite suited to their habits.
Discovering a newborn giraffe is something wonderful and completely unexpected, something that will stay in memories for a long time to come.
We decided to try and find the four sub-adult cheetah we know to be in the area. We have a plan to go towards a hill that has a vantage point from which to scan with binoculars. A plan that in the past has had great success for us.
To be in the presence of a leopard is always an honour and a privilege, it will leave you in awe of its natural beauty. But a leopard isn’t just a pretty face.
Kwandwe’s nocturnal animals come out to play during the day in the winter months.
A springbok lamb looks on as cheetahs fight out their domestic issues at Kwandwe.
Hunting lessons for a lion cub in Kwandwe Private Game Reserve.
5 reasons why we love cheetahs!