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This absolutely awesome creature was photographed by @camappelphoto whilst hosting our guest at @tswalu - this is a highly sought after rarity - next is Aardvark, no pressure...
Photo credit: Cameron Appel
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An update from our friends at Angama Mara in Kenya: "As of yesterday, the mega herds continue to pour over the Tanzanian border in their hundreds of thousands. They are milling around Look Out Hill in the Greater Mara with regular crossings already happening towards Mara Bridge. All our guests are off and out at 6.30am, picnic breakfasts and lunches packed in the vehicles, and most only return mid afternoon having witnessed extraordinary wildlife interactions. We anticipate the arrival below the lodge of the mega herds in a couple of weeks. There is heaps of long grass in the Mara Triangle ready and waiting for the hungry herds … and in turn, the Angama pride is ready and waiting, too. The pride is growing apace – between the four lionesses there are 7 cubs aged eight months; 3 cubs of three months; and the newest addition to the pride are 3 tiny cubs just a month old. Three handsome males have fathered these 13 cubs. Their territory is right below the lodge offering our guests endless and delightful viewing of this 20-strong pride (not to mention filling the night with endless calling and roaring)."

Inbox us if you would like to set up a last minute visit to this spectacular destination and equally spectacular lodge :-)
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Our home has been voted as one of the top fifteen cities in the World (we got 8th place), by the Travel & Leisure community #lovecapetown ... See MoreSee Less

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Scary news that the Sardine has gone from green to orange status on the SASSI (Southern Africa Sustainable Seafood Inititiative) list!!! The "greatest shoal on Earth" is in deep trouble :-( ... See MoreSee Less

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