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Aardvarks, by field guide Kosie Lategan

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 19, 2017 in News, Wildlife, 
Aardvarks are one of those elusive creatures that all keen safari goers talk about and hope to see once in their lifetime… maybe even to get a quick snapshot. The reality is that it could take a couple of years to get a glimpse of this bizarre looking… Continue reading

Tswalu’s feathered welcoming committee, by field guide Liam Charlton

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 17, 2017 in News, Wildlife, 
After a short flight to Tswalu from either Cape Town International Airport or OR Tambo International at Johannesburg, our scheduled flights land on the Tswalu airstrip, and our guests step off the plane and into the Kalahari wilderness where they are… Continue reading

The range, by field guide Kyle Ansell

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 15, 2017 in Conservation, News, 
The complexity and diversity of Tswalu is simply breathtaking. Situated in the southern part of the Kalahari system, or the green Kalahari as it’s also known, it is an astonishingly beautiful wilderness, with some amazing landscapes and topography.… Continue reading

Little mammal, big surprise! by field guide Sian Green

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 15, 2017 in News, Wildlife, 
Driving around Tswalu Kalahari Reserve is always exciting because you never know what could be around the next corner. On our way back to The Motse one evening, after an eventful afternoon during which we saw many different antelope species and a pride… Continue reading

Kids on safari and the future of our planet, by field guide Liam Charlton

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 12, 2017 in Conservation, Meerkats, News, 
The future of our planet is in the hands of the youth. They will be the people left behind by older generations to care for the Earth. Taking children into nature and allowing them to experience it on all levels is absolutely vital if we are to grow future… Continue reading

High key photography, by field guide Kosie Lategan

by Tswalu Kalahari on February 08, 2017 in News, Wildlife, 
“High key” photography uses unnaturally bright light to blow out the harsh shadows in an image. It was originally developed for screens that couldn’t display high contrast but has now developed more into a stylistic choice. The beauty of high key… Continue reading
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