Long-standing Londolozi guest, Tony Goldman, thoroughly enjoyed his second visit in 2022 where the game viewing and photographic opportunities speak for themselves.
“My wife and I were fortunate to visit Londolozi a second time in 2022 -this time in October. As always we have high expectations and once again we were not disappointed and had another spectacular visit. Both trips we were lucky enough to spend with Barry and Tsepho, whom we have terrific chemistry!
The game viewing was marvellous and on this five day trip saw 10 different leopards which is quite a feat in itself. The lion sightings were also fantastic seeing the Ndzhenga Males,the Ntsevu Pride on a number of occasions. One poinient highlight was following four Ntsevu Sub-adults over the crests on their way to the Sand River for a drink after finishing off a buffalo carcass.
Other highlights was the Three Rivers Duo drinking from a small waterhole during the golden light of the late afternoon.
For me the birds are always fantastic, and we managed to capture a number this trip.”
Enjoy this selection of images…
Also young and playful but rather with a spot pattern of 3:2. She is slightly bigger than her sister.
One of two cubs to survive, the sister lost at five months. Still dependent on his mother, but is growing into an impressive young male.
A dominant male leopard over the majority of the north. He originally took over the 4:4 Male's territory when he died.
A single cub of the Ximungwe Female's second litter. Initially rather skittish but is very relaxed now. Birth mark in his left eye.
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Good to see the Tsalala female without that nasty gash above her eye, I hope that heals fine. Please keep us updated on her.
The hyena resting its head is a great pic.