Another week has come and gone, and we now head towards the next 100 blogs and look forward to sharing many more wonderful moments from out on safari with everyone. I hope you enjoy the highlights from the week… An image showing what summer at Sabi Sabi is all about for the elephants… a Marula… [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
Welcome to the three hundredth edition of our weekly blog!! Thank you for following us week in and week out – it has been a privilege to share our piece of wilderness with the rest of the world. We hope you enjoy the highlights from the past 7 days on safari. A wonderful sunrise time-lapse… [Read More]
We have enjoyed a lot of leopard sightings again this week. Starting with the White Dam male who we found walking down a road, scent marking as he went. Towards the end of the week he was seen, still scent marking and salivating. He seemed to be on the trail of another male leopard who… [Read More]
Sightings this week have been incredible!! And a sighting of a brand-new fluffy leopard cub was the cherry on the top of an amazing week! As we were having our tea prior to departing on morning safari, we saw a couple of wild dogs right in front of Selati Camp. We rushed out and located… [Read More]