Akagera National Park in Rwanda is a success story in the making – where wildlife conservation, tourism and community upliftment are one and the same.
A great sighting as a lioness and four cubs spend some time exploring a shepherd’s tree in the Waterberg, South Africa.
A field guide in the Kruger National Park witnesses an epic battle between to warthog boars.
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A walking trail in Marakele National Park leads to a Big Five encounter when three girls encounter a large herd of elephants!
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A python constricts a baby impala in front of its horrified mother.
A baby elephant tries to suckle but rampant bulls have something else in mind.
Elephants splish and splash as rains are welcomed by all in the Waterberg!
An afternoon spent watching the antics of a naughty baby baboon and his exhausted mom.
From Port St John’s to Coffee Bay, the Wild Coast of South Africa has so much to offer anyone who has a love for natural beauty and African culture.
A safari guide witnesses a successful birth for the first time after living in the African bush for years.
Taking care of Ntombi, a white rhino calf that had 18 hack wounds caused by poachers who had killed her mother for her horn.
A female leopard with three cubs take down an impala, but a lone male lion would rather have their dinner for himself!
When following four leopards, a lion shows up for a piece of the limelight.
Exploring Mana Pools and why you should support Zimbabwean wildlife.
After a period of no lion sightings, a guide and her guests discover four new lion cubs that had been kept hidden by their mother for eight months.
Guides at Marakele National Park spend their free time trying to positively affect how three little leopard cubs perceive vehicles and humans in the future.
A distant leopard sighting develops into an exciting close encounter.