nDzuti Safari Blog

Notes from the Bush!

Burning Balule

  The use of fire as a management tool to improve veld condition. We are privileged to operate our safaris in the Maseke section of Balule Nature Reserve. Balule makes up part of the Associated Private Nature Reserves- an area of 197 885 ha to which Balule...

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Crocodiles of Kruger Park

Crocodiles of Kruger Park

  At nDzuti Safari Camp, we are privileged to have access to a portion of the Olifants River as it meanders through the bushveld and into the Kruger Park. Hippos and crocodiles abound along this wide shallow river. I recall the reflection of hundreds of sets of...

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Mica- The stuff of rocket science.

  Our dramatic landscapes and interesting geology has many a story to tell. We have several different rock types including one fascinating component within the rocks here; the sheet-like, multi-layered “books” of mica. There is a small village close-by named Mica...

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Majestic Kudu of the Kruger

Majestic Kudu of the Kruger

  Kudu bulls with their spiralled horns and attractive facial markings are breathtakingly beautiful. Kudu antelope do not have territories and perhaps, for this reason, they exhibit a marked sexual dimorphism. The males typically weigh a lot more than the female....

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