We’ve had another wonderful year of game viewing, returning guests and brand new faces at Kings Camp in 2018. As the year draws to close, we thought you’d like to look back on some of the memorable sightings and experiences documented by our guides and guests. Please scroll down and enjoy just a few of the photograph highlights from 2018 at Kings Camp.
A couple of hyena cubs soaking up the last bit of sunlight at the end of the day.
And you thought hyena’s were ugly? Images by Field Guide, Tracey Bruton and Mark Holmes.
A couple of sleeping white rhinos captured on safari by @pics_by_tl below.
A vulture photographed in flight by @bush_maniac, Cathan Moore.
Some 2018 guests stopping for a photo and drinks break on a game drive.
A family of giraffes spotted having a late afternoon drink in the Timbavati.
A once in a lifetime kind of photograph taken by the lucky @lifesflavor on Instagram.
And another by the talented young photographer, Cathan Moore of a leopard in a leadwood tree.
Guests enjoying the sighting of a sleeping leopard up in a tree. Image above by Kyle Kingsley Green.
Recent guest, Michelle Marriot was fortunate to see a leopard with a kill on her visit in 2018.
Guests partaking in a questionable safari tradition with some of our Field Guides.
A pair of notoriously fierce honey badgers seen on game drive with Field Guide, Neil Coetzer.
Smiles all around before a few 2018 guests head out for an afternoon drive with our Guide, Grant Murphy.
We wish you a wonderful end to 2018 from the team at Kings Camp. We hope we get to welcome you to the Timbavati in the New Year. Our 2019 rates can be found here if you would like to enquire about a first time or returning visit to Kings.
Field Guide, Tracey Bruton
Field Guide, Neil COetzer
Villiers Steyn, Vision Photography
Mark Holmes, @mark.holmes.photography
Cathan Moore, @bush_maniac
Kyle Kingsley Green, @kyle.kingsley
Michelle Marriot, @michelletraveller
@pics_by_tl on Instagram
@boofle2018 on Instagram
@lifesflavor on Instagram
@michelletraveller on Instagram
@safariosophy on Instagram
Post courtesy of Kings Camp