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Relaxing on the river bed

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Nov01
There was thick cloud cover this morning as we set off. It had been raining a little overnight, so the going was tougher than usual. It was a very quiet morning as far as animal sightings were concerned, just the usual zebra, wildebeest, and antelopes, although there were quite a few babies around, which is always nice to see. The zebras are unperturbed by the tourist vehicles, even the babies, they mostly don’t run when

Cheetah Day

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Oct25
This week’s blog was written by Erik Schipper a photographer from Sweden. I want to thank Erik for sharing his experience of a days game drive while staying at out camp last year.The dark sky is still full of stars when we walk from our tent to the restaurant tent for an early cup of coffee and tea. This will be a beautiful sunrise in the Maasai Mara, we feel. Today’s goal is photographing warthogs,

A cheetah returns

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Oct23
It was a clear morning with a sharp breeze when we set off, with the sun only just appearing above the horizon it had not yet warmed the air, I had wrapped myself in a shuka to protect me from the chill. I knew it wouldn’t be long before the rays of the sun would be felt, this is the most dangerous time for fair skinned people that haven’t used plenty of sunscreen. There was

Meet the Sopa Pride

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Oct09
So, this morning we left camp again at around 7am heading to where the Sopa pride were last seen. It’s never easy to find a particular pride of lions, typically their territory is between 20 sq km and 400 sq km, you can imagine this is a lot of ground to cover and generally when not eating they rest in the shade of a bush which makes them even more difficult to spot, but I