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Nature is full of surprises, spending time in the bush, you just never know what you will see, what a surprise and such a delight to come across this Kudu cow, munching a dry old bone and from the looks of it, she was quite...

Years of habitat destruction and poaching have reduced giraffe numbers by 30 percent, placing them in the vulnerable category for the first time What makes these majestic mammals incredible? The tallest of the living land animals, with an adult male growing up to a height of about...

Kwa-Zulu Natal now easily accessible as British Airways are now offering direct flights from London to Durban. One of South Africa's most popular destinations, KwaZulu-Natal is a traveller's dream - offering diverse and beautiful natural features and landscapes, unparalleled African hospitality and culture and a range...

At Nambiti, the diverse landscape means the sky is alive with a wide range of birds. Steven Freese managed to capture this wonderful footage of a pair of Lanner Falcons and their chicks nesting on the cliffs in the centre of the reserve. As any visitor...

2018 is here and, with it, the opportunity for new safari experiences. That's the case around every bend in this private game reserve. As much as we’re looking forward, we can’t help but reminisce on game drives past. Enlisting the help of wildlife photographer, Steven...

This article is brought to you by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). Read our other articles on the National Geographic Voices blog featuring the work of our iLCP Fellow Photographers all around the world. Text and Photos by iLCP Fellow Peter Chadwick [caption id="attachment_11925" align="alignnone"...

Birds and beasts come out in droves after big rains in KwaZulu-Natal. Peter Chadwick goes birding in Nambiti Private Game Reserve… Words and Pictures: Peter Chadwick, www.peterchadwick.co.za As I travelled northwards from the Western Cape through the Great Karoo, the clouds darkened, finally releasing rain onto the...