For the Love of the Otter at Londolozi

Above: The fantastic view Chris had of the otter from the Granite Camp deck. This photograph was actually taken by a guest staying in the camp at the time. Otters are known for their elusive behaviour and can have you in a tizz trying to glimpse […]

At One with the Wild Things of Madagascar

  Travelling to wild and remote spaces in Africa, my courage is put to the test constantly. And each time I make the leap, I am rewarded. By an excitement that makes the skin on my arms blush – from a gaze shared with an […]

How to Collect Wild Elephants

There is a joke that goes, Five people — an Englishman, Russian, American, Frenchman and Irishman were each asked to write a book on elephants. Some amount of time later they had all completed their respective books. The Englishman’s book was entitled “The Elephant — […]

10 Questions with Bushmans Kloof’s Chef – Ryan Weakley

Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve & Wellness Retreat has a new chef – as of January this year. Perhaps the best way to attempt to describe Chef Ryan Weakley is through the words of Rudyard Kipling, in “The Jungle Book”. “It is the hardest thing in the world to frighten a mongoose, […]

The Real Mystery of Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photographers are the impalas of human society. They are everywhere. As you leave the airport, en route to the safari lodge, on the lawn at lunch, under the trees and across the plains on just about every game drive. Yes, many of these photographers are […]