Tag: Open Safari Vehicle


KRUGER NATIONAL PARK (South Africa)

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Lion Photos taken early morning

Good Morning Everybody, It is always nice to see photos of wildlife, and especially lions, as it is one of the species of African Wildlife that most visiting guests when asked want to see. These photos were taken by one of our guides Amanda while out on an early morning game drive. It is always great to have guides that have good cameras, that can take good photos, but as good as the photo is, it is at the same moment that one must understand that there is a very fine line......

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Nice Leopard Photos

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Care for Wild - Rhino3

Nhongo Safaris has been very lucky to have forged a long lasting relationship  with Care For Wild, Petronel Nieuwoudt and mark Cherry. Founded in 2001, Care for Wild Rhino Sanctuary is the largest orphan rhino orphanage and sanctuary in the world. Nhongo Safaris is the preferred Safari Operator on the property, with all safaris to “Care For Wild” going through them. Nhongo Safaris guides have been specifically trained in what goes on at Care For Wild, and are there to give a large amount of information to visiting guests that go to......

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Micheal Westraadt

28 April 1985 – 09 March 2019 It is with profound sadness that we set up this page on our Nhongo safaris website in remembrance of Michael, who was not only our “Deputy Head Guide” in Nhongo Safaris, but was also a son, brother, dad and best friend to all his colleagues at Nhongo Safaris.   Michael was this breath of fresh air, that came to Nhongo Safaris as a highly respected guide, that knew a lot regarding the behaviour-able aspects of animals that he loved so deeply especially his Elephants. Michael......

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