Buckle up...this is a lot of photos! In the couple days prior to our arrival in Richard’s Bay, the arrangements for our safari were finalized. Once we docked in Richard’s Bay, South Africa, our group of eight was taken to the Richard’s Bay Airport where we boarded a 10-passenger Cessna Grand Caravan for our 90-minute charter flight to the Mala Mala Camp private airstrip. We were met by Ryan,... Read Full Entry
Down the RoadWe enjoyed watching our leopard and left him in peace as he strolled down the road into the dark. Greg's Rover is in front of us.
WassertrielAfter the leopard left we saw a water thick-knee wassertriel on the road.
Female LionNot long after our leopard experience, a female lion is spotted walking along the road. Unfortunately, our time with her was not long.
I See YouJust after we headed out for our first early morning game drive, we spotted this impala who gives us that stare look.
SunriseThe sun is coming up on this mornings' drive.
Rhino PitThe male rhino will dig out a territory by creating these pits where he will deficate. The female will place her scent in areas around the pit if she is interested. The male will leave his scent as he goes from pit-to-pit. If all is right, they will get together.