In this week’s virtual game drives, we find ourselves in three sightings of some spectacular sightings with the Mhangeni Pride, the Picadilly Female, and the Plaque Rock Female.
Starting off with a stunning sighting of the Picadilly Female and her cub as they enjoy the spoils of an impala kill directly opposite Tree Camp on the banks of the Sand River.
We then spend an afternoon with the Mhangeni Pride before they set off on the pursuit of a dazzle of zebra. Sadly they have lost another young cub, however, the surviving ones seem fit and healthy, we hope that the mother and pride are able to keep the last two cubs safe going forward.
Ending off with a brief but sensational sighting of the Plaque Rock Female, on the rocks in which she was named, Plaque Rock. Many rangers long for such a sighting.
Enjoy this Week in Video…
This female is most often encountered near the Sand River to the east of the Londolozi camps.
A pretty young playful female found along the river to the east of camp
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It was a magical sighting of the Plaque Rock Female, they all were amazing sightings.