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Janice Katz

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1986 was the first year David and I went on safari; but 1992; our first visit to Londolozi, was the trip that changed our lives. The proximity of the animals, the excellence of the guiding staff, the amazing lodging; we became “addicted”. Twenty-six ...

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Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Master Tracker

Hemingway was correct; how can one not be happy in Africa….but especially at Londolozi. Thank you for sharing all these exquite images from your most recent safari. You and David must still be smiling!

Sam & Mary-Jane Armacost
Guest contributor

Dear Janice: What an incredible blog today! Your photos are beautiful! And how fortunate you were to see the Anderson male……we looked for him but had no luck as he remained elusive during our stay. Thank you for sharing your pictures – loved the two of the rhinos. Mary Jane

Chelsea Allard
Senior Digital Ranger

Jackpot! What an amazing trip.

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

Incredible sightings!!! Nice to see that the Anderson Males eye has almost completely healed!

Callum Evans
Guest contributor

And how did the Ximungwe Female manage to catch a young giraffe??!!

James Tyrrell
Photographic Guide/Media Team

Callum we don’t know if she did catch it. It may well have been a still-born…

Ian Hall
Digital Tracker

Impressive photos, especially for the Ingrid Dam Young Female , a real 10/10 photo for her coming down the tree.

That would my wall candy

Vin Beni
Digital Tracker

Great report Janice! We have visited all of your locales except Zambia and agree that Londolozi is dearest to us. As you described, the leopard sightings are numerous and incredible. Guest to our home cannot believe that we can get even better leopard images each time we return–which we are doing for the 4th time in July.

Mary Beth Wheeler
Guest contributor

What a visit, Janice! I’m thrilled for you as I totally understand your enthusiasm. Much like you, Bob and I are experienced Africa visitors, but Londolozi is something special – every time! Great photo memories, too!

Marianna Gdanis
Explorer

Thank you for sharing your awesome trip Janice! We agree that Londolozi is THE most special place on earth, and we will never get tired of visiting ?

Sean De
Explorer

Perfection and so beautifully portrayed. Thank you for sharing this with us. I’m hoping to see some rosettes when we visit in January.

Ann Richardson Berg
Senior Digital Ranger

Hello Janice!
What an adventure!! Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures! The picture of Flat Rock Male with the green all around him was so fresh and crisp! Eye to eye with an elephant was so artistic! And a very hansome crocodile you meet!
What a fantastic experience to see the african wild dogs and hyenas fighting.
My most beautiful memory from our safari last year was when we vist a hyena den in the late afternoon and they were all at home and I felt so enourmousely welcome!! I had a magical contact with one of them. I will never forget that moment and today I have a photo at my desk at that beautiful hyena.
I totally agree; ” I never knew of a morning I woke up in Africa and was not happy!”.

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Amazing experience Januce. Beautuful images.

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