Guests at Londolozi often fly in on bush planes like this one.
Our game ranger, Marvin, gives a lesson on gender identity and sexuality among tortoises: males have concave shells below so that they can mount females more easily,
Setswana: Kgokong. English: Blue Wildebeest. Scientific: Connochaetes taurinus
Setswana: Tau. English: African Lion. Scientific: Panthero leo
Marvin tracks a lion through bushveld.
Setswana: Phala. English: Impala. Scientific: Aepyceros melampus
Setswana: Tshikudu English: White Rhinoceros Scientific: Ceratotherium simum
Having a sundowner at a hippopatomus-filled lake.
Setswana: Nkwe English: Leopard Scientific: Panthera pardus
A family of ditau (English: African Lions; Scientific: Panthera leo) enjoy some rest from the sun.
Setswana: Nare. English: Cape Buffalo. Scienific: Syncerus caffer.
Marvin gives a natural history lesson during a game drive.
A lioness stalks the open savanna.
A lengau (English: Cheetah; Scientific: Acinonyx jubatus) prepares to stalk its quarry: a zebra colt.
A pond at sundown.
Setswana: Tlou. English: African Elephant. Scientific: Loxodonta africana.
Setswana: Tholo. English: Kudu. Scientific: Tragelaphus strepsiceros.
Setswana: Phiri. English: Spotted Hyena. Scientific: Crocuta crocuta.
A pair of tshikudu stroll the savanna.
Classic watering hole shot.
Marvin poses for one last glamour shot,
Londolozi Game Reserve, bordering Kruger National Park. Mpumalanga. South Africa.