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A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

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Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

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A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

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Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

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male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

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Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

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The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

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Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

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CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

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Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

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Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

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Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

Continue Reading
Anya Lotter

Anya Lotter Posts by this author

Wildlife Safari wallpaper

A Golden-breasted Bunting Having a Bath

The golden-breasted bunting (Emberiza flaviventris) is a non-migratory bird in the Emberizidae bunting family. Males and females are similar looking: white crown with black stripes, white supercilium, black-bordered white ear coverts, orange-yellow underparts, chestnut and grey…

Continue Reading
Wallpaper | Elephant at dawn | Art of Safari

An African Elephant at Dawn

The African elephant (Loxodonta africana) is comfortable in a variety of habitats – including dense forest, open and closed savannah, grassland and arid desert – and often moves between them. They're…

Continue Reading

A Leopard Lazing in a Tree

When looking for leopard (Panthera pardus) it pays to scan the trees, where they spend a lot of time. You'll have to search well though, as their spotted coats are excellent…

Continue Reading
Vervet Monkey wallpaper | Art of Safari

A Shrewdness of Vervet Monkeys Sitting in a Tree

Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) are partial to savannah, open woodland and forest-grassland mosaics, especially close to rivers, where they live in large groups of up to 38 males and females.…

Continue Reading
male lion at sunset

A Lion At Sunset

The African lion (Panthera leo) is a predator, generally hunting medium-sized prey like antelopes, zebra and wildebeest, but it will attack almost any creature when hungry, from smaller rodents to the…

Continue Reading
Journey of giraffe | Wallpaper | Art Of Safari

A Journey of Masai Giraffe Strolling along the Savannah

Masai giraffe (Giraffa tippelskirchi), also known as Kilimanjaro giraffe, live in small groups. Although technically diurnal, they don't sleep very much, spending up to 20 hours a day browsing. While whistling-thorn…

Continue Reading
The kids will learn loads when staying in the family suite at Phinda Mountain Lodge.

CANVAS ON: Kids On Safari

What can kids do on safari? Nothing much … except have the time of their lives, enjoy mind-blowing new experiences and see wild animals in their natural habitat! Enjoy watching…

Continue Reading
Art of Safari | September Wallpaper | Elephants Drinking At Waterhole

A Memory of African Elephant Drinking at a Waterhole

Unsurprisingly, considering its size, an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) can drink up to 190 litres of water a day! Their trunks enable them to smell water from many kilometres away, and…

Continue Reading
Art Of Safari | Wallpaper | Cheetah Coalition

A Coalition Of Cheetah Resting on a Rock

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) are unique among cats in terms of their social structure. When females don't have dependant young, they're solitary. Males, on the other hand, are often found in coalitions…

Continue Reading

CANVAS ON: Romantic Safari Dinners

Whether you're travelling on an African honeymoon safari, or simply yearning for some intimate time with your partner, luxury African safari lodges take the art of romantic dining to an…

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