1. Luke Powers

    Lion Sands Safari report

    As tour operators we are always very appreciative of any feedback from our guests who have traveled with us in Africa. Here is some input from Donald and Fern Segal from New Jersey, USA who visited the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve after attending a conference in Cape Town. A...
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    Sabi Sabi Predator Encounter

    We couldn’t resist publishing this story by a ranger at Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve in the Sabi Sands, adjacent to the Kruger Park. If you were ever in doubt about where to go in Kruger for the best predator sightings, read on. It is a bit long for those...
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    Leopard mauls Crocodile in Kruger

    Leopard mauls Crocodile Report from: www.telegraph.co.uk download despicable me hd takers the movie Published 18 July 2008 All pictures by Hal Brindley/SOLO Syndication The astonishing spectacle of a leopard savaging a crocodile has been captured for the first time on camera. A series of incredible pictures taken at a South...
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    Leopard vs Leopard in Mala Mala

    Every now and then us humans are lucky enough to witness some unusual clashes between the fiercest predators in Africa, who usually keep a circumspect distance from each other. The Big Five (namely the lion, buffalo, leopard, elephant, rhino) normally have a grudging respect and a keep safe distance from...
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    Fly Kruger to Vic Falls direct

    Good news for those wanting to combine travel to 2 of the top holiday destinations in Southern Africa: Kruger Park and Victoria Falls. So on the same day as your morning game drive in the Sabi Sand, you could be showered by the spray from the mighty Victoria Falls in...
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    Indian Premier League Cricket Specials

    gunless full video download Attention all cricket fans! After quite a bit of last minute planning, the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament 2009 is now to be held in South Africa, and is set to kick off in South Africa any day now. This is great news for South Africans...