Disappearing into South Africa's wild places… Again!
Taking in the Kruger’s amazing scenery
Our recent winter visit to the Satara and Mopani areas of the Kruger National Park provided constant reminders of just how privileged we are to have this amazing natural area in our country. While it is the astounding bird and animal life that find a home here that draw people from all over the world, that would not have been possible had it not been for the incredible landscapes that has now been protected from human exploitation for over a hundred years.
Sunset at Satara
Looking up into the branches of a fever tree
Lazy winter morning sun above a pool in the Nwanetsi
Sweni stream crossing
Gnarled Leadwood stump
Taking in the wildlife and scenery from Satara’s boundary fence