We spent the night at Jacana Camp, a privately owned, syndicated establishment (i.e not for hire but for exclusive use by syndicate members). An early morning game drive in the http://Sabi Sand Game Reserve exposed us to various wild life creatures. We came across this lonely lion, looking tired and gaunt. Our Game Ranger, Abel, explained that this lion had been involved in a fight the previous night with members of its pride. The lion was paying us a “no never mind”, which is why we were able to get close to him. He was tired and had not eaten (so we would have been easy prey if he had the energy).
The buffalo and elephants, on the other hand, welcomed the morning with much aplomb!
The Buffelshoek Trust presents a collaborative effort between a local sory teller, based in the village of Utah, K.D. Mabunda and two musicians, Daniel Eppel fromEdible Audio Studios, Cape Town and Craig Charnock (Quite a White Ou).The Rhino song will help create awareness about this endangered species. Wach the promo video, check out the village of Utah and listen to a taste of traditional song infused with contemporary beats here https://vimeo.com/146610778
This blog is about life in one of the most iconic bush velds, home to one of the most visited national parks in the Southern Hemisphere, namely the #kruger national park and also home to some of the most visited, luxury,private game reserves in the world, today.