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A Roaring Start To A Morning In Kruger National Park – Elephant Herd Tours & Safaris

By |March 17th, 2020|Blog, Wildlife|

A Roaring Start To The Morning Driving down the Doispane, River Road junction in the Kruger National Park, our guide Marten and guests came across 4 adolescent nomad male lions known as the Nwatwitshaka/Ndhzenga males. It is usual for [...]

Kruger National Park Roads In Alphabetical & Numerical Order – Elephant Herd Tours & Safaris

By |February 10th, 2020|Blog|

Kruger National Park Roads In Alphabetical & Numerical Order H1-1 - 50km – Tar road from Numbi gate east to Skukuza (Pretoriuskop camp - Shitlhave & Transport dams – Wolhuther waterhole – Mathekenyane/Granokop lookout access) MAP1 WEST H1-2 – 40km [...]

Kruger National Park’s Dung Beetles – Elephant Herd Tours & Safaris

By |January 29th, 2020|Blog, Wildlife|

Kruger National Park's Dung Beetles Our guide, Trevor, did a marvellous job capturing these parent Dung Beetles rolling away with their ball of dung. All species belong to superfamily Scarabaeoidea. Interestingly, they are one of the few insects which [...]

Nurseries of Impala- Elephant Herd Tours and Safaris

By |January 10th, 2020|Blog, Wildlife|

Nurseries of Impala During May, the shortening of the days creates a hormone which is produced in the males, leading to a build-up of brown fat in their necks. These enlarged necks elicit oestrus among ewes and once [...]

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