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Don Heyneke

Photographic Guide

Don defines the quintessential success story in guide development. Having limited experience in the bush or photography when starting at Londolozi, his years here have been a meteoric rise to prominence, and his understanding of the bush and wildlife around him as well ...

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Helen Mitchell
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The highlight of my day is looking at the fantastic photos taken in Londolozi. Thank you.

Frikkie Botes
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Tx Don
Wonderful pics & tips

Sherri
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Hi Don, Do you think 1 of these 4 males could possibly be Junior?

Don Heyneke
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Hi Sherri and Mike C, we presume three of the four males are Mhangeni subadult males and the fourth male is a nomad male from the Ximongwe pride that has joined up with the three sub adult males.

Mike C
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Amazing pictures as always. Very curious about these males and how they slipped into Londolozi

Alma
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Stunning images!

Robin
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Hi Don i have sent a message to you on your FB messenger.

Stompie Joe
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hey Don, the Ximhungwe submale has very little if any mane at all. would this be one of the males? thanks

Stompie Joe
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Don will u guys be posting more pics of these young males? thanks

Jill Larone
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Thank you Don, for sharing your beautiful pictures. As always, they are incredible! I was at Londolozi in Sept. 2013 and was with Mark and Lucky when our Land Rover became stuck in the mud and you helped to get us out…sadly a few days with the pink pouch for Mark. I think both you and Mark had not been at Londolozi long at that point (is that correct?). It was the most incredible 5 days, that gave me memories for a lifetime, so I would like to thank you and all the extraordinary Rangers, Trackers and staff that make Londolozi the very magical place that it is.

MJ Bradley
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Stunning photos! Thank you so much for sharing.. I look forward to seeing al ink to the Londolozi blog in my mail box!

Cynthia House
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Beautiful photos always a great way to start my day.

Wendy Hawkins
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Don, I totally agree with you! There is a serenity in the bush that indeed calms the soul. It leaves an indelible mark on us that lasts forever, but has to be replenished often! I can’t wait for my trip to Addo in Dec to do just that. Thank you for these wonderful pictures to remind me of how wonderful it is!

Barry Bass
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As usual an outstanding blog with pictures that are unique. Yes the bush is a place to heal and rejuvenate It has healed my soul See you all soon

James Tyrrell
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Thanks for the comments Barry!
Hope to see you here soon.

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