African Safari Consultants

Starving Leopard Takes On Pack of Wild Dogs at Londolozi

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The Londolozi Private Game Reserve is located in the famous Sabi Sands Game Reserve, where there are no fences between their tract of wilderness and the Kruger National Park. This allows for free movement and migration of wild animals. Wildlife enthusiasts, nature photographers and big cat lovers go to the Sabi Sands in the hope of Read More

The Landmark Foundation

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A week or so ago, we at African Safari Consultants (ASC) were fortunate enough to chat with Dr Bool Smuts of the Landmark Foundation – a South African NGO dedicated to building South Africa’s conservation economy so that it’s natural landscapes can be more effectively conserved.  The paragraphs that follow are from notes made during Read More

Client Feedback: Jim & Elizabeth – August 2011

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Great feedback from an African Safari Jeff and Lise, We are sorry to report that we are home. We are thrilled to report that every aspect of the trip was amazing.  I am in the process of downloading photos as we write this and can’t wait to go through them and relive every minute.  We Read More

Client Feedback: July, 2011

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Safari Feedback We’ve had some travellers recently – clients who underwent intense pressure just to get to African shores due to the disruption from the volcanic ash – so thought we would share some of their feedback with you: Dear Liesl and Jeff: Since Saturday we are back in Lima, but, though we are very happy to Read More

Photo of the Week: Lion Cubs

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There has been a fair focus on Lions this week with the release of “The Last Lions” movie trailor featuring Ma di Tau. They are also one of the huge reasons people travel to Africa, to see these amazing creatures in their wild, natural habitat.  Part of the Big 5 (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo & Rhino) group Read More