South Africa

Mala Mala and Sabi Sand  

Arrival at Sabi Sand where a fleet of Land Rovers from Mala Mala wait to take guests to camp - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Rhino, Main Camp Mala Mala Renoster, Hoofkamp Mala Mala

Mother and calf rhino near the entrance to camp  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Main Camp, Mala Mala

Mala Mala Camp - reception and luxury accommodation chalets complete with well appointed his and hers bathrooms  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Kudu grazing near the swimming pool in Mala Mala Camp- PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Landrovers at Mala Mala Main Camp
A fleet of Landies assembled for the afternoon game drive.  They are equipped with foul weather gear and water for guests and carry radio and a rifle strapped across the bonnet in front of the ranger.  No more than six guests are allocated to each vehicle  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Young female impala (left) and male (right).  Unlike the springbok, only male impala have horns  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Warthog Mala Mala Main Camp Vlakvark Hoofkamp Mala Mala
Warthog grazing by the roadside near Mala Mala Main Camp - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Kudu Mala Mala Main Camp Koedoe Mala Mala Hoofkamp
Kudu mother and young male calf  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Cheetah Mala Mala Main Camp Jagluiperd Mala Mala Hoofkamp

As the sun was getting low we encountered two cheetah brothers  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

The black lines from its eyes are perhaps the most obvious difference between the cheetah and the leopard - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

The pair moved around and were completely unconcerned with the Landy's presence - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Wildebeest Mala Mala Main Camp

Wildebeest and Burchell's zebra - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Lioness, night game drive Mala Mala Main Camp

After sunset we continued on a night drive and came across this lioness sitting in the road.  She is actually accompanied by her cubs out of sight in the darkness behind her - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

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