December ’14 Field Guide Report by MattJanuary, 05, 2015
Everything is green and lush and having finally seen the carmine bee-eaters all the migrating birds are present and accounted for. The Red-billed Quelea’s are flocking which for me is sign of subtle change, when everything is at its most plentiful. I can’t help feeling though that we have been a little cheated with regards to rain this season, and the river only came up once.
Richard Branson: Rhino poaching can be crushedDecember, 28, 2014
Richard Branson: Rhino poaching can be crushed.
RICHARD BRANSON: Africa’s rhinos are facing a real crisis. In 2012, 660 rhinos were poached in South Africa alone. Some lose their horns whilst still alive, only to later die from the wounds.
Rhino horn is used in traditional Asian medicine for a range of ailments. In the past 40 years, rhino populations have declined 95 percent...READ MORE
November ’14 Field Guide Report by MattNovember, 28, 2014
So with much pomp and ceremony, there has been very little rain. A few showers here and there but nothing significant. Instead of sweltering heat followed by thunderstorms which I have been expecting. It has been chilly in the mornings although I refuse to wear a fleece this time of the year on principal. The bush has turned green but everything seems to be on standby for some...READ MORE
Ebola: is safari travel still safe? Written by Angela AschmannOctober, 28, 2014
Ebola is a scary illness. The very words 'haemorrhagic fever' sounds like something out of an apocalypse movie. Africa needed the world to know about the outbreak so that we could work together to stop it spreading. And, make no mistake, we are winning the war on this virus.
But with all the information out there, it's become harder to tell fact from fiction. Many videos, articles and...READ MORE
Ebola Outbreak Update – by Sandy Salle on October 15, 2014October, 17, 2014
Ebola Outbreak Update – Should You Cancel Your Trip?
by Sandy Salle on October 15, 2014
We understand that some travellers, as well as their family and friends may be concerned about traveling to Africa due to the Ebola virus. The outbreak is all over the news and the media has caused a tremendous amount of fear in people.
We would like to take this time to point out several...READ MORE
Returning to change by Matthew BrennanOctober, 15, 2014
I was on my way back from leave. It was the last day of September and close on a month into spring. When I left it was still winter but on this day it was warm into the evening as we expect down in the Lowveld. I therefore had my windows up and my aircon on. Until I reached the entrance into this great game reserve the Sabi Sand Wildtuin, on entry into the reserve I opened all windows and turned...READ MORE
Safari Awards 2015 Finalists AnnouncedOctober, 03, 2014
Safari Awards 2015 Finalists Announced
The votes have been counted and the results are in. You will find a full list of all 2015 finalists here. At the Judges Conference in London on 12th September Inyati Game Lodge was selected as a Safari Awards Finalist in one or more categories. The overall Africa results will be released at WTM on Sunday night, 2nd November 2015
Wildlife is a huge part...READ MORE
Ebola in Africa – should you panic? | Wild Wings Safaris BlogAugust, 12, 2014
Ebola in Africa - should you panic? | Wild Wings Safaris...READ MORE
Jan Braai vir Erfenis: 6 Desember 2013 foto’sJuly, 30, 2014
Jan en die span kuier in Sabi Sands, opsoek na die groot vyf. Hy wys jou ook hoe om 'n springbok fillet met 'n biltongsous op die kole voor te berei.
Arrival via private charter @ Ulusaba airstrip
Jan Braai vir Erfenis
Springbok fillet on grill
Springbok fillet with vegetable kebab
Keith Jenkinson - Inyati General Manager
Exciting game drive with Keith...READ MORE
Mating for Life Part 1: Monogamy in BirdsJuly, 30, 2014