Pamushana | November 2018

Tight Lines – fishing at Singita Pamushana

I really enjoy fishing, and have angled myself to be in charge of fishing activities, so here’s an overview of this activity that we enjoy with our guests.
Pamushana | November 2018

Recuperating rhino

In July 2018 a young hook-lipped rhino (hook-lipped is an alternate name for black rhino, and the one I prefer as I think it’s a more accurate description) was seen…
Pamushana | November 2018

Our spotted golden girl

The first time we saw this female leopard she was with her mom on an impala kill in the tall grass. She was very small and when her mom left…
Pamushana | November 2018

Singita Pamushana

The first thunderstorms have arrived and after the dramatic skies clear we are treated to the most brilliant sunsets. The parched earth drinks thirstily as do leopard tortoises that endured…
Pamushana | October 2018

The giants of Whata Pan

Whata Pan has become a hot spot for every guide these days. Sitting inside the cool sunken photo hide or stopping nearby for sundowners is so rewarding. With the high…
Pamushana | October 2018

Safely to the other side

During the afternoon game drive we headed west towards the Chiredzi River, hoping to catch up with the pack of wild dogs we had left there from that same morning’s…
Pamushana | October 2018

Singita Pamushana

October is an excellent month for safaris as it’s nearing the end of the dry season and water sources are few and far between. All you need do is bide…
Pamushana | September 2018

Bullish behaviour

After being kicked out of the breeding herds between the ages of 12 to 15 by the leading female, the matriarch, bull elephants tend to wander around by themselves and…
Pamushana | September 2018

Sundowners

As we got to the pan we saw ten elephant bulls drinking and splashing around in the mud, then we moved off to the side and disembarked the vehicle for…