Epic video footage of sandgrouse swooping down at a waterhole for a drink in the Sera Conservancy in northern Kenya.
Witness the phenomenon of the tree climbing lions in Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.
Guests at Royal Madikwe in South Africa recently had the opportunity to watch three young spotted hyenas playing in the morning sun, giving them a chance to reflect on these fascinating creatures and find out more about them.
In South Luangwa National Park, the dry season (also known as the high season) is well known for its excellent game viewing opportunities because the bush is dry and there is less water available, resulting in high game concentrations and density around the Luangwa River.
Northern Zambia is one of nature’s best kept secrets. Sacred, mysterious and beautiful, the rivers cascade in fabulous displays of falling water; remote, uncommercialised, yet truly spectacular. With about 10 different waterfalls in the area, having only visited three we barely scratched the surface and will be back again soon for more. Combine these rivers and falls with the beautiful lakes of Bangwelu and Tanganyika and you have found a real water wonderland.
A hippo carcass provides an exorbitant amount of food for predators, as well as a playground for lion cubs.
A video showing an up close and personal account of an elephant who got a little too close for comfort in the Kruger National Park in South Africa
Guests at Ngoma Safari Lodge in Botswana were fortunate enough to witness this rather gruesome but incredible sighting whilst on a game drive through Chobe National Park: Three lionesses bring down a lone buffalo bull – and it’s not a pretty sight!
A report by CNN’s Inside Africa brilliantly details all the incredibly hard work and efforts by so many people and organisations in Northern Kenya in attempts to protect the black rhino populations in the area.
Africa Geographic recently met up with the Cape Leopard Trust in the Cape, South Africa, to discover more about leopards and to find out why you should sign up for your free MySchool card to help raise funds for their environmental education programme.
For those moments when you just can’t get out of the office and into a game vehicle, Robin Pope Safaris launched a YouTube video series: Safari Diaries. Every Monday, a new 60-second video is released and takes you on a virtual safari through the Zambian, Zimbabwean and Malawian wilderness.
In 2016, 33 lions freed from circuses in Peru and Colombia were transported to South Africa to live out their days in a wildlife refuge. Last week, poachers broke into the sanctuary, killing two of the big cats.
Professional rugby player David Pocock, and his partner Emma, are ambassadors for Wild Ark. WildArk is closely linked to EcoTraining and together they aim to spread the message of conservation.
Every year our leopard sightings increase and this one, in particular, is special as it it is the beginning of a cycle where the offspring (assuming the mating was successful) will be seen by future guests and become more relaxed around vehicles full of tourists.
The footage below starts a few days after where a number of predators had a go at the carcass, including two striped hyenas, a leopard, and finally a few lions who polished it off.
The term ‘precocial’ is derived from the word ‘precocious’ and is used to describe animals that are born relatively mature and mobile. Because of the dangers in the bush from predators, it is essential that newborn animals get mobile as soon as possible.
Walking with wild dogs in Mana Pools National Park on a Super Sensory Safari
From a relatively early age, young male elephants in the same herd will interact with each other and “tussle”. As they get older they will play-fight and as different families intermingle, they will spar with other young males of a similar age from the other families.
Some of you may not be to familiar with this little bird, but oxpeckers perform one of the most important roles in the ecosystem. They have this fascinating symbiotic relationship with a number of animals whereby it removes parasites (mostly ticks) from the animal, and in return gets a nice meal.
Imagine sitting at a pool in the middle of the African bush and all of a sudden the local elephants wander down for a drink?
Elephants in Laikipia have come into the firing line on many occasions with over 20 killed in recent months and many more injured. Many do not make it, but sometimes there is a glimmer of hope.
Watch this video showing the adorable antics of lion cubs as they play in the rain.
Watch this video of elephants rejoicing in the mud after the rainfall at Amakhosi Lodge in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
A safari is an experience which can only be felt and understood when you actually do it! Many people dream of coming to Africa for a safari and this is not only because of the experience of being close to wild animals, but also the emotion of feeling alive.
The Hide seem to have some new maintenance managers! Check out this video of a pride of lions playing with some rubber pipes near camp.
A self-drive safari drive is a wonderful and sometimes even spiritual experience.
There is nothing quite like a game drive in the South Luangwa National Park, and we can boast that our slice of heaven is even more spectacular.
When a baby acacia rat falls from its nest, the guides at EcoTraining play a hand in reuniting it with its mother.
Packing for a safari, particularly if it is your first trip to the African wilderness, can be a daunting experience.
In this video, the theatre of life and death in the bush plays out in front of guests at Amakhosi as a baby zebra fights for its life.
Green season is in full swing in South Luangwa and with it the birds are brimming in this birders paradise.
Jeroen Schrage is an upcoming cinematographer from the Netherlands. During his recent road trip in South Africa he used his skill set to capture beautiful shots for his portfolio and turn them into a video presenting South Africa as a land capturing an entire world in itself.
This special and heartwarming moment of a buffalo giving birth was captured in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve by field guide Morné Hamlyn.
Fly with Airlink to Nelspruit or to Skukuza, in the heart of Kruger National Park. Then connect onwards to magical Mozambique – creating the perfect Bush and Beach break!
Watch this video of rhinos charging tourists on a walking safari in the Kruger National Park.
Watch this incredible metaphorphosis video of the people of the Omo valley, Ethiopia.
In this video, watch some incredible footage of a hippo attacking and biting a car, filmed by Wikus Ceronie in the Kruger National Park.
Watch this incredible sighting of a family of gorillas chasing each other around a tree in the Congo rainforest.
Watch this video of tourists witnessing an incredible ostrich mating dance!
In this video from the Kruger National Park it is incredible to see how a pride of lion attempt to take down a fully grown hippopotamus.
National Geographic Channel announced today that it has acquired the worldwide rights the to the Untitled Climate Change Feature Documentary
25 hyenas push a lioness off a kill, only to be scared away by a herd of buffalo that is chased by nine lions!!!
Watch this video to understand why the Kgalagadi keeps people coming back for more!
Watch the incredible scene of a male lion stalking and attacking a leopard in the Sabi Sand.
Two babies of the bush battle it out in a life or death game of tug of war.
Footage emerges of body parts of endangered species being sold in a South African muthi market, highlighting “how little is actually being done on the ground” in spite of CITES’ intellectual discussions.