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Dan Hirschowitz


Dan developed his love for the African bush whilst growing up on a family run farm in the Kwa-Zulu Natal midlands. Growing up in the bushveld he was surrounded by wildlife and finds his passion in what nature has to offer. After completing ...

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on Reminiscing On The Past Six Weeks

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What a fantastic 6 weeks you enjoyed with your tracker Freddy, and to the delight of your guests. Your images are wonderful and truly capture your excitement and love for the opportunity to share this amazing place with your guests. I look forward to your next installment!

Great pictures to remember the special week. The leopard cub staring at you is the best image. Its look is calm and trustful. Wonderful elephant bull and big cats pictures. Do you know if the cubs are male or females?

Thanks Dan, beautiful pictures with great memories. Thanks for sharing.

Dan your foto’s are stunning and each one tells its own story. You and Freddy had 6 weeks of good viewing and stunning foto’s. Loved the leopards and especially the cub staring straight at you. Elephants are also wonderful.

Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing, Dan!
Especially the eyes of the wild dog, you can see the reflection of your vehicle in his/her eyes!
Out of curiosity: how do you decide which picture to change to B&W? Any tips ‘n’ tricks?

Wonderful blog-I love the pic of Plaque Rock, she seems to love the stones, as for two years with her mother playing there. Very nice images.

I really enjoyed these pictures of the many animals you have been able to watch during those six weeks. Dogs, cats, elephants, what a great variety!

If I were you I would be loathed to take my leave and miss whatever Londolozi has in store for the coming two weeks. But everyone needs a change, even if it doesn’t live up to what we had hoped…. As then the great things you will go on to experience won’t seem quite as good as you imagined. Yin and yang. Fabulous photos shared, thanks Dan 🙏🏻💕

Having recently spent 12 days at Londolozi, we were fortunate to share so many similar sightings. Watching the wild dog pups develop in such a short period was unbelievable.

Dan and Freddy…..unbeatable team, wish we were still together with you,

Dan that is such a nice blog and the pics are outstanding. You sure had six weeks of great sightings. The time spent with ellies is a relaxing one and the younguns sure entertain everyone. Nice to see the leopard cubs and, of course, the wild dog pups. Thanks for sharing with us and have a good two week visit home with friends and family.

Fantastic viewings and photos, Dan, especially the one of Ndzanzeni and her cubs. I’m so hoping I can see her again when I return…..3 weeks and counting!

Great post as well as some beautiful photographs summarizing your experiences over 6 weeks! For most people just one of these experiences would be a memory of a lifetime.

Thanks for sharing!
The competition between Northern Avoca and Birmingham male lions is expecting!

Where is Plaque Rock’s territory now? Is she seen very often?

The past six weeks at Londolozi have been one of my favourites yet. Not just because of the fact that Londolozi and the country are slowly starting to normalize, but because, expert tracker Freddy, our guests and myself have had some of the most amazing…Any day in the bush with Freddy has to be magic. I love that man.

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