A blog about guiding

“I feel like I’m nothing without wildlife. They are the stars. I feel awkward without them.“ – Bindi Irwin What makes us who we are and why we do this job? That’s a question that’s been asked by many people. In my case, as a Game Ranger it’s all about what’s out here in the… [Read More]

Into the Wild: Courtney’s blog


part 2:  finding the perfect match Having a tracker on your vehicle is an absolute novelty; one that many lodges surprisingly no longer practice. But if you want a true “African experience” there really are few people in the world who can do that for you. In my honest experience, a good tracker is one… [Read More]

Terry`s highlights: April/May

And so it begins, undoubtedly my favourite season of the year. I really enjoy the winter months, the crisp, clear mornings coupled with a misty sunrise, moderate temperatures during the day and to top it off, stunning sunsets and a clear starry sky at night. What more could make this better? The answer is simple,… [Read More]

Wild dog kill

A pack of wild dogs took down a kudu in dramatic fashion…   When people think and talk about the ultimate killers and the most successful hunters in the bush, many are surprised to find out that that title often belongs to the African Wild Dog. When we look at lions for example, it is… [Read More]