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a week in the bush: vol 9

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 9 by Sabi Sabi May 23, 2014

Welcome to another edition of A Week in the Bush… We have had yet another amazing week here at Sabi Sabi filled with extraordinary sightings that we have been able to share with our guests. We kick things off with Sabi Sabi Tracker Dollen, as he sits quietly while watching a mating pair of lions […]

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a week in the bush: vol 8

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 8 by Sabi Sabi May 20, 2014

The dry months are officially upon us and the bush is at its most beautiful. It may be just the opinion of one, but there is just something so extraordinary about observing wildlife being contrasted against the withering vegetation of this magnificent landscape. The grazing value of the grasses is dropping rapidly and the river […]

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highlights: april 2014

Thumbnail image for highlights: april 2014 by Sabi Sabi May 9, 2014

This is a collection of images that we feel are highlights of the month of April 2014. Some are amazing pictures and some are rare sightings or even exciting events at the lodges. Enjoy our highlights of the month.

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a week in the bush: vol 7

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 7 by Sabi Sabi May 2, 2014

The start to the week brought with it a very pleasant surprise and confirmation of previous suspicions. For some time now, most of the guides here at Sabi Sabi have been questioning the absence of the Little Bush female and the likely cause being that she must have cubs somewhere on the reserve. Female leopards […]

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my highlights march/april 2014

Thumbnail image for my highlights march/april 2014 by Sabi Sabi April 30, 2014

a cycle of life, loss and reuniting This cycle, more than most others, was an epitome of the trials and tribulations experienced by the animals that inhabit the wild plains of Sabi Sabi. During this cycle, our guests and myself had a glimpse into their epic world, a dynamic world, where life and loss are […]

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a week in the bush: vol 6

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 6 by Sabi Sabi April 25, 2014

Welcome to this week’s edition and boy have we had some fantastic moments at Sabi Sabi this week. Winter is definitely well on its way and as a result we have been treated to some absolutely stunning weather, providing us with sunrises and sunsets that one can only dream of. A couple that stand out […]

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a week in the bush: vol 5

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 5 by Sabi Sabi April 16, 2014

Us as Guides have an almost ‘love/hate’ relationship when it comes to taking leave. Most of us work incredibly hard 7 days a week for 6 weeks at a time and have our weekends consolidated into two weeks of uninterrupted leave. Now this well-deserved and usually very much appreciated, however there is one problem with […]

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lance’s cycle highlights: march

Thumbnail image for lance’s cycle highlights: march by Sabi Sabi April 8, 2014

Another cycle down and one-step closer to driving. The past month has been full of interesting and exciting moments in preparation to receiving my epaulets and becoming a Sabi Sabi ranger. The month started off with myself and the other trainees driving roads and finishing off our workbooks. During this cycle I have spent a […]

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highlights: march 2014

Thumbnail image for highlights: march 2014 by Sabi Sabi April 8, 2014

This is a collection of images that we feel are highlights of the month of March 2014. Some are amazing pictures and some are rare sightings or even exciting events at the lodges. Enjoy our highlights of the month.

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a week in the bush: vol 4

Thumbnail image for a week in the bush: vol 4 by Sabi Sabi March 25, 2014

The Southern African wilderness is unbelievably diverse in terms of the array of life found within it, from the smallest of insects to the world’s largest land mammal. As a guest to our country it is sometimes so easy to overlook the smaller details when on a safari, especially when confronted with the infamous and […]

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