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Kate Arthur

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After a few years of working in the world of economic consulting, Kate’s love of adventure, wilderness and sense of curiosity led her to move away from the city and join the Londolozi guiding team. It was amidst her years of studying politics, ...

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Love the photos The last shot with the B&W with the rhino and elephants is special!!!

Just want to hug that Ntomi male he’s so cute! Assuming he didn’t really go after the zebra, he was just practicing?! 🙂 Great shots with the multiple of Big 5’s. We were lucky enough to see all Big 5 in Kenya but none together!

Kate, Londolozi is truly blessed with their animals and plants. The variety is simply magnificent .

What a thrilling experience! Especially you among the buffalo herd. If you watched BBC Earth “Bad Natured” the only beautiful episode is about an old, tough male buffalo, who reached out to the water among all other herbivores. Even elephants left him alone. An old, wounded, suffering creature at the peak of his will and endurance. A buffalo, after all, is that. Very touching. I love all the photos and tales, the Ntomi male was born to be a top model!

I think for everyone’s first trip to Africa, seeing the big five is a goal and a thrill. After that, just being in a safe space for all creatures, opens up the mindset to just wait and see what you can find. If I’m being honest though, to see the big 5 in the course of one drive, is amazing and exciting…..

Lovely photos of the Talamati lioness. The Talamatis you have on Londolozi however, to clarify so there is no confusion, are the Main Talamati Pride. The Matriarch, Queen T is very much alive and has remained with this main portion of the pride. The breakaway’s consist of two females (the third died two weeks ago) with the s8 male.

Kate such stunning foto’s you showed us today, with the big five sporting at least two of them on each foto. Ntomi male is such a gorgeous leopard, seeing him grow up so quickly. Wish I could see him in real life.

What a wonderful post and so true. I have witnessed on several occasions two of the big five in one sighting. Now I am trying to think of all the moments. The one that stands out is one with lions and elephants. I do love the photo of the lion and linens and the elephants.

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