Tagged: Leopard

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Marloth Park – A Wildlife Paradise

Marloth Park’s website describes it as a wildlife paradise. This idyllic spot is situated on the banks of the Crocodile River, directly opposite the Kruger National Park.  A short 14 km drive from Marloth...

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A visit to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia

I wrote a few weeks ago about our visit to Kasanka National Park in Zambia.  Next on our itinerary was South Luangwa National Park, which we entered from the northern side.  This approach presented...

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The Wild Cats of Tenikwa

There are a number of nocturnal animals in South Africa that are very difficult to see in the wild.  Unless you live on a farm or are willing to pay exorbitant prices to take...

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Tour Guides – A Curse in the Parks?

I often think that the blogs I’ve written for Wilkinsonsworld make me sound a bit like Pollyanna – always enthusing about the fabulous times that we’ve had and the wonderful birds and animals we’ve...

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Leopard Sighting in Kruger National Park

Have you ever visited a game reserve and had one of those days when you drive around for hours and see very little in the way of animals?  We had such a morning on...

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Camel Thorn Trees – Stalwarts of the Desert

I have to confess that I am known to hug beautiful trees.  Not wanting to appear loopy, I usually first have a good look around to make sure that no-one is watching me!  Namibia,...

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Weekend at Dusternbrook Guest Farm

One of the things that strikes us about living in Windhoek is the fact that once you leave the city you are immediately out in nature and you really don’t have to drive very...