A stunning selection of photos of the latest sightings from Tanda Tula in the Greater Kruger.
After weeks of waiting, the two lion cubs, a male and a female, from the Zebanine pride have finally made their first appearance.
Chad Cocking and his team recently had a stunning sighting of lions restoring order and claiming their rank from the hyena clans, proving just how formidable they can be.
A game ranger received quite an unexpected surprise when he found a near three-metre black mamba underneath his bed.
Tanda Tula recently reintroduced their #trackitthursday challenge and want you to try and guess who these tracks belong to!?
Packing for a safari, particularly if it is your first trip to the African wilderness, can be a daunting experience.
A sighting was recently experienced by guests at Tanda Tula, Kevin Hill and his fiancé, during a game drive they happened upon this unusual interaction between a lion looking to hunt a baby rhino.
The answer to Tanda Tula’s #trackitthursday challenge is, the duiker!
Recently refurbished Tanda Tula Safari Camp offers an unforgettable experience of the African wilderness.
The answer to Tanda Tula’s #trackitthursday challenge this week is… the waterbuck!
This week’s Tanda Tula #TrackItThursday challenge is all about zebras!
The answer to Tanda Tula’s #trackitthursday challenge this week is… the aardvark! Did you guess correctly?
The answer to Tanda Tula’s Easter themed #trackitthursday challenge this week is…. the African mourning dove.
The answer to this week’s Tanda Tula #trackitthursday challenge is, the vervet monkey!
The answer to this week’s Tanda Tula #trackitthursday challenge is, the African fish eagle!
The answer to this week’s Tanda Tula #trackitthursday challenge is… the African civet!
The answer to the Tanda Tula’s #trackitthursday challenge this week is… the chacma baboon!
The answer to this week’s Tanda Tula #trackitthursday challenge is… the black-backed jackal!
The answer to Tanda Tula #trackitthursday challenge is the spotted hyena.
The answer to this week’s #trackitthursday challenge by Tanda Tula is… the buffalo!
The answer to this week’s #trackitthursday challenge from Tanda Tula is… the warthog!
The woodland kingfisher – the answer to this week’s #trackitthursday question from Tanda Tula.
We examine the tracks of the African wild dog, also known as the African painted dog.
Can you figure out whose animal track this is?
Photographs that celebrate the lovely leopards of the Timbavati.
Tony and his wife, Nicola, were accompanied by the winners of the Africa Geographic competition for an exclusive three-night experience at the new Tanda Tula Field Camp where tracking game on foot was the order of the day.
To come across the rare wild dog on a game drive is always a special experience, but to encounter a large pack on foot while they battle it out with a hyena clan over a kill, is simply unheard of.
Don Scott, owner of Tanda Tula, regales the tale of the tenacious honey badger that took on a lioness in the guest loo.
Winters in the African bush are a truly special time. Yes it may be a little chilly during winter, but the incredible game viewing is absolutely worth it and all you need is a warm jacket and a hot beverage to keep you cozy and warm.
The honey badger is known as a fascinating, elusive and tenacious creature. It is not often that visitors to the bush come across these primarily nocturnal animals, but when they do there is always a story to tell.
One of the many things Tanda Tula is known for is offering guests exquisite bush cuisine, but running a bush kitchen certainly comes with a few logistical challenges.
Rivers in the Timbavati which are dry beds for 99% of the year, have begun to flow following recent rainfalls. Access into various camps in the Timbavati involves crossing these dry riverbeds, so the flowing rivers have presented a number of challenges to guests trying to get in and out of the camps.
Ryan Mullet, the head chef at Tanda Tula Safari Camp, shares his delicious recipe for duck hind quarters stuffed with dates and cashew nuts, served with buttermilk pap and chakalaka.