Articles Tagged 'Impala'
In the African wilderness, every day is different. Every game drive is different. Every encounter and experience is different. That is what makes it so amazing and exciting. As I have chronicled in recent articles, we spent a fantastic seven days (which is too few!) in the Maasai Mara region of Kenya in June of [ read more ]
A new day for us in the Mara had arrived. While it was only the third day, the routine of the early rises, a Maasai escort to the camp fire, some quick online activity over a hot drink, and departure into the ever-fading darkness, had become very normal and comfortable. We met Francis at the [ read more ]
After an intense fourth day in Africa, during which we saw all five members of the 'Big Five' (which, for those who do not know, is a hunting term, not a relative descriptor of animal size) and a decent sleep, we rose before 5am for our final day in Motswari. We knew that we had [ read more ]
By day four of our time in Africa, and day three of our safari in the Motswari Private Game Reserve in greater Kruger Park, the motions of waking before 5am, driving in the bushveld for three hours, coming back for breakfast, a rest, lunch and then going out for another game drive from 3:30pm until [ read more ]
Our third day in Africa was the second day of our photographic safari in the Motswari Private Game Reserve in greater Kruger Park. It started with an early rise, some time before 5am. We were heading out on our first morning game drive, during which we would encounter lots of wildlife, and another special surprise [ read more ]