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Monthly Archives: October, 2013


Monday, 14 October Morning Drive About 10 minutes out of camp, we came upon tracks of a female leopard. With the skill of our exceptional trackers, we located her. It was Shadow – a pregnant female that calls Arathusa home. Her tracks come through the camp often, and it looks like she will be giving   

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Elephant at Arathusa

Tuesday 08 October Morning Drive There is nothing quite like the thrill of tracking a leopard, and then finding it. This morning there were literally leopards everywhere. And if there is one thing that our trackers know … it is the resident leopards of Arathusa. It is as if they have a sixth sense. The   

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Xivambalana – image Dries Jordaan Tuesday 01 October Morning Drive It was a fresh early morning with a bit of cloud cover from the weekend’s rains. After tracking a small herd of buffalo bulls, we found them grazing about 10 minutes from the camp. While we sat quietly viewing them, the sound of impala alarm   

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