Over the weekend we bid farewell to 2020 with one final Sabi Sabi sunset for the year. We hope 2021 is a great one for everyone far and wide! Vervet monkeys alarm calling. Birds alarm calling. All these sounds are a clear indication that there is a leopard in the area and after only a… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Andries Ndlovu
My name is Andries Ndlovu. As a child I was always intrigued by nature. My ﬁrst experience of the true wilderness came when I bartended at a lodge on a Big 5 reserve.
Naturally my attention shifted from mixing cocktails and ﬂipping bottles to bush walks and game drives. It was only a matter of time before I got my ﬁeld guiding qualiﬁcations and instead of being behind the bar, found myself behind the steering wheel of a game viewer. I’ve been guiding for almost 6 years now and still enjoy every minute of it. Waking up every morning and knowing you’ll create memorable experiences, for me, is the most rewarding feeling ever and that’s what makes being a guide at Sabi Sabi the greatest job! Besides the awesome fauna and ﬂora the reserve has to provide, the family bonds between staﬀ make it truly a home away from home.
Sigma 150-600mm lens
As another year has drawn to a close and we start a new year, I reflect on the time I have spent in this wonderful paradise I have come to know as home. Here are some of my highlights for the past year… Stealth. The one word that comes to mind when I think of… [Read More]
Each sunrise is completely unique, with each new day brought in on a clean slate and the fresh possibility of animals to be found. This week started with some never disappointing lion activity and has carried on all week. A true bush road block when we found these three lionesses which moved off from an… [Read More]
Let’s get right into it with the highlights – and plenty of them – from the past week on safari… The female cheetah and her 2 cubs have been around all week and given us spectacular sightings of a very successful week for the trio with plenty of meals… After finishing a kill early on… [Read More]