• A Safari To Remember

    For many South Africans, the term ‘bush’ or ‘safari’ is commonly associated with nostalgic memories from the world-renowned Kruger National Park, the 2 million hectare piece of wilderness that borders Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa. For us, that statement stood true…that was until we had an amazing opportunity to visit Little Garonga Camp in the Makalali Nature Reserve, a short hour’s drive from the town Hoedspruit. This place, was truly a standout experience!

  • The Dark Side of Paradise

    I’ve been going to the Kruger National Park with my family since I was a little girl and as I’ve grown older, I have continued to try and go as often as possible. The peace and tranquility when surrounded by nature in the African bush is a feeling beyond what I could ever describe in person or in writing, the early mornings waking up to the chatter of the birds as the glow of the golden sun gently kisses the tops of the trees. The ringing heat of the midday sun and driving around in silence with your eyes peeled looking out of the window in the hopes of finding…

  • Africa, it’s a feeling!

    “I never knew of a morning in Africa when I woke up and was not happy .” Ernest Hemingway As I look up, I’m surrounded by a magnificent dreamy golden light streaming through the bare branches of the large trees. The dust particles are illuminated by the sun as they flow freely through the warm air. I can feel the soft, gentle warmth on my face as the sun sets and all around us the campsite has gone quiet absorbing the beauty that surrounds us all. The fire crackles sending sparks into the evening light competing with the sounds of nature and the quiet murmur of a reflection of the day’s…