Scrolling through our Instagram feed reveals an array of images that will take you on a visual journey of our wilderness areas… This month’s featured selection includes incredible scenes of big cats, the ‘great eight’ of Mombo and an iconic waterhole scene in Hwange.
Lionesses on a mission
A picture that speaks volumes – “You don’t want to mess with these powerful lionesses”. Photograph by @rkissick13
Visitors to the waterhole
Joe Hanly’s images from Linkwasha were firm favourites on Instagram this month. Visit our safari album to see the full sequence shared by Joe.
The Great Eight!
“Why settle for the ‘Big Five’ when you can have the “Great Eight?” Mombo does it again with fantastic sightings of many of the most sought after animals in Africa. View Dana Allen’s spectacular photo series showing the “Great Eight of Mombo”!
All worn out
A little leopard cub finds a comfortable resting spot in the boughs of a marula tree.
The three month old leopard cubs at Tubu are doing very well and delighting all the guests lucky enough to see them.
The tough little cub of Vumbura
Vumbura Plains guide Speedy Senase captured this photo shortly after this tiny cub had reunited with her mother. The little cub had been missing for a few days causing our team at the camp to fear the worst. Needless to say, we were all very relieved to see the full pride back together again. Click here to read more.
Reach for your food
Reaching for every bit of green vegetation. Life in the desert is challenging and everything must adapt to survive. Photograph by @victoriacoombe – Hoanib Skeleton Coast.
Vumbura guide Speedy Senase reckons one of his most interesting game drives of the year so far has to be the baby elephant carcass that he came upon one afternoon. Click here to read Speedy’s account of this most remarkable sighting.
A dip in the pool
Life on safari isn’t all that tough… Champagne in the pool surrounded by a few of friendly elephant residents of Abu! Photograph by @thesimplesol
Ending another perfect day in Hwange with this beautiful mauve and vibrant purple sunset. Photograph by Joe Hanly
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