Kariega is fortunate to be home to many healthy herds of zebra. Our guests are spoilt with scenes of these striking animals. They make for great photographic moments. Here are a few of our favourite zebra pictures from the last few months.
Photo of the Week
At Kariega we are fortunate to have highly qualified and skilled guides who go out of their way for guests. Spending so much of their time in the wilderness surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna many of them have become adept at capturing fantastic action on their cameras.
Ranger Jone Fick is enjoying the start of autumn on the reserve. Read about the impala rutting season and the beautiful colourful lilies that appear at this time of year.
Photographic ranger Matt accurately said that we were in for a good “baby season”.We are pleased to share a few pictures of the abundance of new life on the reserve. Our thanks to rangers Chelee, Jone and Matt for the photographs.
We are delighted to share a few images of Thandi's one month old calf!
Nothing says African Safari more clearly than the evocative call of the African fish eagle. These majestic birds can be seen perched in the treetops along the banks of both the Kariega and Bushman’s rivers in Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape.
The world has been waiting with bated breath for the arrival of this precious calf.
This week's photo of the week was taken by Kariega ranger and skilled photographer Jacques Matthysen, also known as Matt. The photograph captures the magnificent iridescent purple and blue of the African pygmy kingfisher (Ispidina picta).
Our photo of the week is a honey badger (Mellivora capensis), also known as the ratel in Afrikaans. Despite its name, it looks more like a weasel than any other badger.
Some lovely photo's of rhino Thandi taken by Angie Goody show her enjoying a wallow in the mud!