Being on safari means waking up early to get the most out of your day and allowing the best opportunity to view animals and find out what happened during the night. Not only do our guests enjoy a bit of a siesta during the day, so too do the animals… We ended our blog last… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Chanyn-Lee Zeelie
My name is Chanyn-Lee Zeelie and I am part of the Sabi Sabi Social Media Team. My parents played a massive role in my passion for nature as I was lucky enough to go on holiday to the Kruger National Park since a very young age. The first time I set foot in Sabi Sabi was in 2012 at the age of 20.
Needless to say, I never left and have fallen in love with this piece of heaven. I enjoy writing blogs about what inspires me at the time and I couldn't be happier to share it with passionate people like myself. I still get extremely excited about all aspects of nature and find great fulfilment in learning more about this environment each day. Every day is unique and unpredictable. The only certainty is the unfaltering beauty of Sabi Sabi. I am very lucky to be a part of that.
One thing I absolutely love about nature is how it keeps us guessing! Our natural world seems to break the rules and we often get the opportunity to observe some pretty bizarre things. At first glance many things seem unusual or even crazy but from nature’s point of view, it all forms part of a… [Read More]
The changing of seasons from summer to autumn has brought with it some spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Here, Stefan managed to capture the beauty of a sunrise from Earth Lodge! Earlier this week we received some more rain which saw this inquisitive Spotted Hyena venture into a small puddle. We have enjoyed countless leopard sightings… [Read More]
Vultures What is the first word you think of when seeing a vulture? Creepy, dirty, sinister, ugly? For many people it brings back memories from the Lion King when the eerie vultures and unnerving hyenas gathered amongst dust, bones and carcasses. Most documentaries also showcase vultures in a dim light as they scavenge from a… [Read More]