Wildlife | October 2012

The re-acquaintance of an old friend

During my time as a guide working at Singita Kruger National Park, I spent many long hours with the Xinkelegane female. She was one of the most relaxed and therefore…
General | October 2012

The N’wanetsi

James Suter exploring Singita Kruger National Park. I awoke early the first morning, packed the vehicle, gulped down some coffee and headed for the African bush. The flooding has been…
Wildlife | September 2012

Singita Kruger National Park

It was an extraordinary feeling walking along the wooden boardwalk as I arrived at Singita Lebombo Lodge, set against the majestic Lebombo Mountains in the heart of Kruger National Park.…
Wildlife | September 2012

Wonders of the Bush

One needs to be careful not to get too caught up in chasing down the big five; this can be both frustrating and very time consuming.  Take time, stop, and…
Wildlife | August 2012

Seeing Spots

There is nothing so remarkable as arriving at the Singita Sabi Sand and encountering a leopard on the first night.  This was the case during my recent visit.  It had…
Wildlife | August 2012

The Shumungu Pride

While driving along the Sand River, I overheard via my radio, a conversation between two guides. They were referring to a lioness that had put her life on the line…
Wildlife | August 2012

The Coalition

I had heard many stories about a new coalition of male lions that had now made their presence felt on the Singita Sabi Sand property. They had already killed one…
Wildlife | August 2012

On Arrival

The wheels of the tiny plane touched down on the narrow Singita runway situated in the Sabi Sand game reserve. My heart skipped a beat and my excitement levels were…
Wildlife | August 2012

Singita Sabi Sand

I’ve recently arrived back home from a remarkable trip exploring the unspoilt terrain of Singita Sabi Sand.  Home to three Singita lodges in 18,000 hectares, the reserve’s stretches of grassland…