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Makomsava 4:4 female

Makomsava 4:4 female

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Tayla Brown


Tayla grew up largely on a farm in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, where she developed her love for nature. After completing school she spent time in Botswana before studying EcoTourism management in Pretoria, which served as a springboard into a guiding career at Phinda ...

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Joan Schmiidt
Master Tracker

Tayla, leopard🤗

Christa Blessing
Master Tracker

Sounds like a wonderful morning drive, Twyla

Michael Fleetwood
Master Tracker

Hi Tayla! Loved hearing the exploration of the borders of Londolozi can provide such amazing sightings! I’m sure you may pick up on by the time my comment has been moderated, but the title is missing an “a”

Linda From California
Senior Digital Ranger

What a beautiful morning indeed. How fortunate to have, to cherish and to share it.

Valmai Vorster
Master Tracker

Beautiful foto’s Tayla and it was a pity you and your guests missed the Makomsava female leopard. I’m sure they enjoyed the long drive and having done the whole perimeter of Londolozi. The elephant reaching for the figs is a stunning foto, and it just goes to show how they can get to the higher fruits. Buffalo’s with such a number of them must of been stunning. Was the lioness one of the Mangheni lionesses.

Denise Vouri
Guest contributor

Drives sans cameras are often the best drives……

Michael and Terri Klauber
Master Tracker

Tayla, What a cool idea! There are still parts of Londolozi that we have not yet explored too. We still keep a map at home and it’s fun to track the areas where some of the sightings occur!

Bob and Lucie Fjeldstad
Master Tracker

Nice change … sounded like a fun adventure!

Ian Hall
Master Tracker

Sounds an idyllic drive , taking time, just breathing in the space

Linda Mansell
Senior Digital Ranger

There’s nothing I like more than just taking a meandering road and see where it leads and what is there en route. The promise of the unknown and the joy of just being in each moment. So special and so healing. Thank you for sharing this journey.

Cally Staniland
Master Tracker

Nothing like going off the beaten track so to speak… with three weeks to enjoy Londolozi I would certainly be game for that! Certainly turned into a great mornings viewing Tayla ❤️ Lovely that you have not lost the big herd of buffalo that have been around awhile.

Lisa Antell
Master Tracker

Those southern areas can have the cheetahs which are always great to find!

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