Written by Singita Guide, Marlon du Toit – Singita Kruger National Park/ Lebombo and Sweni Lodges

So, as you have all heard, there are some new additions to the Mountain Pride.  A few months ago Glass (Singita Tracker) and I saw a lioness carrying a tiny, week old cub. Ever since then we have been waiting in anticipation for her to introduce the little cubs to the rest of the pride.  The day finally came three days ago when to our surprise we were introduced to, not only two little ones, but to another three cubs!  This now brings the number of the Mountain Pride up to twenty-three lions – incredible!

I spent the evening with the pride last night, and what an amazing experience. The cubs quickly got used to the presence of my vehicle, and I managed to capture some beautiful moments. The night ended on a high when the lionesses managed to kill two zebras.  It happened too quickly to capture on camera, but the experience was unforgettable.

For more photos of these special small additions to the Mountain Pride, take a look at our Facebook page.


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