A week of magnificent seven and much more… The orange skies were met with a rather exciting silhouette poised perfectly alongside a termite mound. The Ntsumi female. She seemed to be using the termite mound as a vantage point to catch sight of the impala moving in the thickets up ahead. She darted down to… [Read More]
Ranger Profile: Ronald Mutero
My name is Ronald Mutero. I am a field guide at Sabi Sabi Selati Camp. Growing up living from the land has given me quite a substantial understanding of wildlife and animal behaviour.
I have always been fascinated by nature in many ways that I decided to study towards understanding nature more among other things. I loved looking at nature photos from a young age and had a dream to one day be able to take photos myself and share with the whole world the beauty of nature. I am an amateur photographer and still learning more and it has always been my passion to take photos hence I joined the Social Media team at Sabi Sabi. To me one photo covers a story of a million words, a great way to educate and as well preserve and share memories. It is a great pleasure to be able able to offer my assistance to my guests with few pointers and great positioning for greater chances of making their photography a success.
Nikon 55-200 lens
Our week started off early as we headed out in search of some lions. After tracking down some of our bigger thick skin animals and spending quite a lot of time with them, we moved on. We heard about a pride of lions that was found but decided to rather head through to them a… [Read More]
As a Sabi Sabi Ranger, you go through a very strict training program, which starts off with a six-day interview process called Nkombe Camp. Upon arrival, I could see that all the applicants were from very different backgrounds, and all had very different levels of experience, but we all had one thing in common and… [Read More]
Sundowner: a word synonymous with a refreshing mix of gin and tonic as one watches the sun set over the mountains. Something everyone who has been to Sabi Sabi, or yet to, can look forward to. I must say we are blessed to have some of the most breathtaking sunsets but as I watch the… [Read More]
The seasons are starting to change once again here at Sabi Sabi, with early morning temperatures slowly starting to increase as Spring approaches. The Styx Pride was still feeling the chill as they were huddled up one morning but once the sun warmed the pride up, it was playtime. One of the cubs found a… [Read More]