If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you will no doubt have seen field guide James Suter’s incredible series of reports from our twelve lodges and camps in Africa. His stories from the bush were accompanied by spectacular photographs and expert descriptions of the animals and landscapes that he saw. Highlights included a run-in with a black rhino, getting reacquainted with an old friend, a mother cheetah defending her cubs and some stunning shots of the iconic baobab trees of southern Zimbabwe.
These special moments in the wilderness have now been brought to life in a series of videos from his year-long journey through each of Singita’s private reserves and concessions. We hope you enjoy these and encourage you to share them with others who might enjoy a taste of our Africa:
WALKING WITH ELEPHANTS AT SINGITA PAMUSHANA LODGE, ZIMBABWE
A CHEETAH FAMILY AT SINGITA PAMUSHANA LODGE, ZIMBABWE
ELEPHANT HERD AT SINGITA FARU FARU LODGE, TANZANIA
MAGNIFICENT PLAINS GAME AT SINGITA GRUMETI, TANZANIA
MIGRATING WILDEBEEST AT SINGITA GRUMETI, TANZANIA
All videos shot on location by Oliver Caldow with James Suter, an independent field guide who works with us from time to time. If you enjoyed reading about James’ adventures on the blog, you may also enjoy our monthly Wildlife Reports, written by our other Singita field guides. You can also follow our new Vimeo channel to see the latest Singita videos.