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Klaserie River Sands
Long standing Cheetah Plains field guide, Andrew Khosa, has been with the team for an exceptionally long time. He is extremely knowledgeable and has years of experience under his belt. This experience allows him to track down all sorts of animals, bringing him into regular contact with the amazing wildlife at Sabi Sand – particularly some of the more elusive predators, such as the leopard.

Andrew has always enjoyed capturing images of the sightings he gets to witness, and with his skills, he is more often than not in the right place at the right time. We recently purchased a new camera for the guides to use, and Andrew has been taking some fantastic images out in the field. Here are some of his most recent predator photos from the Sabi Sand.

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Styx lionesses show some affection
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Leopard watches impala from a distance
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Cheetah coalition takes a sip
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Up a marula tree
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Spotted hyenas at the den
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Inkanyenis, the leopard cub
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Courting lions take a break
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Tingana, the leopard, guards his duiker kill.
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Birmingham male lions take a nap
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Karula the leopard resting in a tree
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Cheetah Plains

Cheetah Plains is a small, authentic bush camp in the world renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve - you can be assured of exceptional game viewing. With only 8 rooms the focus is on a traditional safari experience. Expect superb fire cooked meals served in the open boma as well as friendly and attentive hosts.