The Week in Pictures #271 | Londolozi Blog

This week has been characterized by the impending threat of Cyclone Dineo that made landfall on the eastern part of Mozambique on Wednesday and continued its path towards the Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sands. The Mozambique coastline was subjected to the full brunt of the cyclone with gale force winds and torrential rain…

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Love is Worth the Wait | Londolozi Blog

The saga of the female ostrich is the true, ongoing story of a three year wait for love. Having roamed the Londolozi grasslands for years on her own, seeking company from our safari vehicles, her luck turned one day and her story has continued to warm hearts ever since. As is tradition at this time…

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The Week in Pictures #268 | Londolozi Blog

Wildebeest calves strike me as particularly stupid little creatures. They’re hilarious to watch as they gambol around the clearings with their funny “Meep” sounds, and their expressionless faces with those droopy cow eyes are incapable of concealing any malice, so it’s natural for one’s heart to warm towards them. For an un-photogenic species that doesn’t get…

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The Week in Pictures #266 | Londolozi Blog

This last week saw the Sand River water level rise rather substantially and the sound of flowing water could be heard through most of the lodges. It was very exciting to stand on the various camp decks and to see previously dry sandy channels start flowing again. With water now cascading over the causeway there was also…

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Swimming With Elephants | Londolozi Blog

Much has  been documented recently about the latest rains bringing an end to the drought conditions experienced at Londolozi over the past few seasons. We have seen considerable changes to water levels both the major waterholes and the Sand River, along with the mud-wallows and pans that were previously barren and lifeless. Taking advantage of this surplus of standing water…

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