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Our long time repeat guest, Sonja Waldl, was recently welcomed back to Londolozi for another special safari. Having returned more than eleven times, Sonja has become a much loved member of the Londolozi family. Driving with Julius and Robert and staying in Tree Camp, here are a couple of pictures from her recent stay as our guest. Thanks for sharing Sonja, enjoy the pictures…
Flying into Londolozi, one can see how green the savannah gets in mid-summer - Sonja Waldl
Zebra grazing in front of Stweiss Koppie - Sonja Waldl
Robert watching a crash of rhino from the trackers seat - Sonja Waldl
Weavers nest reflection at Shingilana Dam - Sonja Waldl
A crash of three rhino - Sonja Waldl
A herd of kudu leaping across of the road - Sonja Waldl
A young elephant demonstrates their curiosity - Sonja Waldl
An obstinancy of buffalo eating the green grass of open areas - Sonja Waldl
The Sand River on a perfect summer morning - Sonja Waldl
Lina at the entrance to Tree Camp - Sonja Waldl
Arriving for lunch on the Tree Camp deck - Sonja Waldl
The bedroom of the Tree Camp suite - Sonja Waldl
A 'Lion's Eye' Hibiscus - Sonja Waldl
The traditional Shangaan village, as seen on the village walk - Sonja Waldl
Even the monkey's were interested in joining the village experience - Sonja Waldl
A sad goodbye, but we know that you will return to join us again! - Sonja Waldl
Rich is the driving force behind Londolozi’s online storytelling and the Londolozi blog. His passions of digital media, film and photography, combined with his field-guiding background, have seen him take the Londolozi blog to new heights since he began it in 2009. Rich ...