Hungry lions take down a kudu in front of awed guests in the Kruger National Park.
Read about the research done to find out why lions don’t have ‘normal’ cats’ eyes and what determines the shape and function of animal eyes.
Just to the north of South Africa lies a magical, largely undiscovered triangle of safari heaven – especially for the more seasoned safari goers.
There’s not a soul that can resist the cuteness of baby animals. The fluff, the wobbly legs, and the playfulness is undeniably adorable!
The number one concern of many people who are considering a South African safari is the threat of crime. The crime statistics in South Africa are indeed unsettling, and there is no doubt that the crime rate is high. But how often are tourists affected? This is the key question to ask from a tourist’s point of view.
Will I be attacked by a wild animal while on safari? A number of recent news headlines in South Africa have probably contributed to an increase in this particular question (or some version of it), and two recent incidents appear to highlight again just how dangerous wild animals can be.
South Africa’s Kruger National Park is one of the largest conservation areas in the world. For budding and professional wildlife photographers, or ‘wildographers’, as they are becoming commonly known, it’s a much-prized destination.
You’ve finally made the decision! The African safari of your dreams is about to become a reality. But what can you expect while you’re on safari? What is a typical day on safari like?
An opinion piece in response to the leopard attack that recently occurred.
There are some 477 species of feathered friends on the official bird list of South Africa’s iconic Kruger National Park. However, some bird lists for the park include as many as 517 species, which includes some rare and unusual visitors.
Vast open spaces. Spectacular scenery. Magnificent wildlife. Beautiful contrasts. Welcome to Namibia!
One of the most peculiar, yet fascinating appendages, on an elephant is its trunk. Rather like a combination of a nose and an upper lip, an elephant’s trunk is its lifeline. It would find it very difficult to survive without one.
Giraffes are the tallest animals on the planet. They’re also one of the most iconic animals in Africa. They’re a photographer’s dream, especially when silhouetted against the dramatic colours of an African dawn, or sunset. But did you know these 15 fascinating facts about Giraffa camelopardalis?
Young elephants love to tussle. It tests their strength and helps them grow up. Oddly enough, as mature adults they don’t usually establish dominance by fighting, rather by whether they are in musth or not.
Africa’s apex hunters can sometimes seem to almost ‘pluck’ their meals out of the air, but that isn’t always the case, so how successful are Africa’s predators really?
A leopard in the Kruger National Park shows us how to streamline meal time with its fail safe hunting tactic
Learn about what goes into raising a baby predator from an adorable fluff-ball into an effective killing machine.
A leopard makes a spectacular kill, which is then promptly stolen by a pride of lions!
Etosha is a unique and dramatic destination that may spoil you for life with its fascinating wildlife. Here are the best ways to see it.
Whether you’re on a budget or looking to splash out, here are the best ways to go on safari in the Kruger National Park.
A fight breaks out as three male lions catch a lioness chewing on their food.
With all the viral videos of animal charges circulating online, many are left questioning how safe going on safari really is.
All hell breaks loose in this elephant herd when its youngest members are confronted with some suspicious bubbles.
A stealthy leopard stalks its prey in Kruger National Park as witnesses watch on in amazement.
What better way to ensure a memorable engagement than by getting down on one knee at one of these luxury safari lodges?
An elephant calf gets stuck in a waterhole. Watch as the herd returns and the elephants lends a helping trunk.
4 reasons why you should go to Kruger and some quick facts about Kruger National Park.
Wild Wings Safaris notes the increasing amount of sightings of lions climbing trees across Africa and examines the reasons why they might do this and what it involves.
Following the recent fatal attack in a lion park, Wild Wings Safaris explores why open safari vehicles are still safe.
9 safari destinations you should consider for your honeymoon!
If you have itchy feet and are dying to travel but don’t have a friend to go with you, go it alone!
There’s been quite a stir in game-viewing circles in Kruger National Park lately. And a little white lion cub is at the thick of it all.
On our scheduled Kruger Park safaris, our guides sometimes battle to keep a straight face when they get questions like these…