Upon hearing of the presence of the Nkoveni Female and her pair of cubs, along with an impala carcass, well into Londolozi, we make the decision to brave the uncertain weather and pay them a visit while they’re in the vicinity. Upon our arrival, one of the cubs swiftly ascends a tree and begins to partake in a meal. With the mother resting nearby and the cub confidently enjoying its meal, we carefully survey our surroundings in an attempt to spot the second cub. This cub is a bit more cautious and is likely observing us from behind a nearby bush, but we were unable to see it.
As time goes on, the rainfall intensifies, prompting us to reluctantly head back to camp. Nonetheless, our spirits are high and our hearts are content after experiencing a remarkable sighting of these two leopards.
Enjoy this Virtual Safari…
A gorgeous female who is found to the east of camp. Easily recognised by her 2:2 spot pattern she is often to be found in Marula trees.
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