Framed

Segaia Bush Retreat has a watering hole right in front of the lodge where wild game come to drink. Enjoy, therefore, stunning African sunsets on the deck whilst watching zebra, kudu, impala and warthog wandering the grounds of the Lodge. A lucky few may even spot the reclusive leopard. A paradise for birdwatchers with more than 450 bird species, many of which can be spotted from the lodge itself. Alternatively, you can follow the walking trails through the Conservancy and seek the rarer birds on foot.
Info source: http://www.segaia.co.za/wildlife–surrounds.html
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The photo was taken during August 2018 at Segaia Bush Retreat, Buffelsdrift, Gauteng, South Africa.

Framed

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In the heart of Gauteng, Dinokeng ‘a place of rivers’, and Leeuwkloof Valley is a game lodge surrounded by wildlife roaming in a 400-hectare game reserve. This is KwaTHABISILE Game Lodge where Alexandra welcomes you to her Out of Africa. Wake up in the morning to game grazing peacefully under your bedroom window. Wander over to the pond or laze by the pool and enjoy sunset drinks overlooking the valley into the bush watching the animals graze. Enjoy the sounds of the birds sing in our valley, see and hear the night come to life. At KwaTHABISILE you can experience nature even though you are close to many other enriching activities such as nearby Cullinan and experience ‘All of Africa in a day’.
Info source: https://www.safarinow.com/go/kwathabisilegamelodge/
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The photo was taken during February 2019 at KwaThabisile Bush Retreat, Dinokeng, Gauteng, South Africa.

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Stairway

The circular walk of the Robberg Hiking Trail will take you around the Robberg peninsula. You’ll be treated to views over the bay and the Tsitsikamma mountains in the distance, and see exceptional botanical gems and geological profiles. You’ll pass the Cape Fur seal colony en route to the halfway point, and upon return, you’ll cross over to an island with a pristine sandy beach perfect for swimming. You’ll also see a Cape Gull colony here. Between May and November, look out for the many Southern Right and Humpback whales that will breach and lobtail on both sides of the peninsula.
Highlights:
* Over 100 species of birds, including the Black Oystercatcher
* Dassies, seals, whales and dolphins are common sightings, but you may be lucky enough to see other wildlife, including grysbok, duiker, bushbuck, Cape clawless otters and mongooses.
Info source: https://showme.co.za/plett/tourism/robberg-hiking-trail/
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The photo was taken during October 2016 at Robberg, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, South Africa.

Stairway