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Timbavati Nature Reserve

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The Timbavati is the famous home of the incredibly rare, wild, white lions. This large conservation area is one of the handful of privately owned nature reserves that have become part of the Kruger National Park. Lying on the western border of the Kruger, near the town of Hoedspruit, the Timbavati dropped its fences with the Kruger in 1993, becoming part of the Greater Kruger.

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Tinga Lodge

When you’re right on the Sabie River, watching the animals, surrounded by bush and sky, you really feel like you’ve escaped from the world. With 5000 hectares of wild bush in this private concession within the world-renowned Kruger National Park, you can go exploring off-road and follow the footsteps of the leopard, track down a herd of elephant or simply wait for them to come to you. Tinga Lodge has nine private suites, making it a very personal experience, exuding the atmosphere of a classic safari lodge.

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VIDEO: Brave Dwarf Mongoose Takes on a Black Mamba

The sighting of the year so far has to be this incredible encounter between a dwarf mongoose and a black mamba, which just goes to show that the most exciting safari sightings are not necessary the ones that involve the Big 5! Watch this one-of-a-kind video here…

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What is a Walking Safari?

Walking in the bush is an activity most people immediately consider to be dangerous and risky, about charging lions, ferocious elephants, and spitting cobras.

Well, it really is not about that at all. A walking safari is a unique wildlife experience, and once you take the plunge, we’re willing to bet you are sold for life on bush and nature walks!

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A Walk on the Wild Side: Walking Safari in the Kruger

We rise with the birds, when the first orange segment of the sun peeps over the horizon, and dew drops shimmer on quivering spider webs. Our feet are the first on the ground, adding rubber-soled imprints to the network of heart-shaped impala tracks, and the careful tread of the leopard. Our eyes scan the bush for signs of life, while the chirping melody of the morning is sung all around us. The smell of wild sage permeates the air as khaki-clad limbs brush against its leaves, and the fresh scent of elephant dung reminds us that we are in Africa’s wild territory. This is a walking safari in the great Kruger National Park.

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