Welcome to your dose of mouthwatering Makweti recipes for the month of May. Seeing as though it’s Winter, we thought we would warm you up with this three-course meal. Enjoy!
Over the years, guests of Makweti Safari Lodge have had the pleasure of watching one of Welgevonden’s female cheetahs come into motherhood.
We said we’d share a bit of our kitchen magic with you, so here is a three-course meal that was created in the Makweti kitchen, by our talented Chef Phillip Nthai.
Phillip is one of the reasons why guests come flocking back to Makweti, time and again.
Never mind downward-facing dog, this baboon troop at Makweti are reinventing yoga moves as they get their stretch – and sip – in.
It’s a boy, and he belongs to a very proud pair of Vervet monkey parents at Makweti Safari Lodge.
This adult male Cheetah has been regularly seen in the Southern Plains, which recently burnt in a wild fire.
For some time now, almost 3 weeks, this Grey Headed Bush shrike has frequented the large Kudu berry tree outside Reception and spends time foraging around the thicket areas close to the Indaba where the dense cover aids his feeding activities.
It is easy to forget that while humans are active during the day, there are millions of species which choose the night hours to get moving.