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All posts tagged: "African Safari"

Just Ask Us! Why do only some birds migrate, and do they eat when migrating, on route?

Colin responds. Migration is usually a seasonal movement from an area entering a colder, leaner time (winter) to an area that is warmer and where food is still readily available. This covers two important factors conducive to breeding: a suitable climate and access to abundant energy resources. Birds that remain in the former area most

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Spice up Heritage Day with Makweti Malay Sosaties

Grilling is a big part of the culture in many countries. Here in South Africa, across all of our cultures, it’s almost a part of our DNA! Traditionally, it’s called a braai (an Afrikaans word, which means “grill or barbecue”) and these tender, spicy sosaties are a popular favourite. Where Does The Name Sosatie Come

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Bee-ware!

I have never been one for surprises, good or bad.   A proverbial planner with a backup plan for every plan including the backups suits me far better.   However, when one bears witness to the unexpected, that certainly gets me going.  There is no doubt that we would rather be out in nature than

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Black and White

Nature does not operate in grey areas. There can be no question that systems in nature are clearly defined with opposing principles appearing quite clearly in black and white. The areas in between are just as clearly defined and the infinite links that exist between everything, have just as well-defined purposes as the next, and

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Meet Josphat on your Makweti Safari Lodge Game Drive

Some of Makweti Safari Lodge’s best guides have been the ones who were born into a life surrounded by nature, often coming from farmlands and small communities. One such guide is our ever-smiling, friendly-faced Josphat Chinyanda – affectionately nicknamed “Bushbaby”. Josphat leads our guests on an adventurous Makweti Safari Lodge Game Drive that they will

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Safari Game Drive – What We See Depends on What We Look For

Seeing is believing or perhaps seeing is deceiving.  The idea that seeing is believing dates to ancient Greece, from where the expression became part of many proverbs in English and other languages.  The idea that we need to see something first, before believing it exists, may well be true, but sometimes what we see is

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World Girl Child Day – Raising Matriarchs and Queens

Every living organism has the right to a healthy life, safe existence and the opportunity to develop and grow to their full potential. This couldn’t be more true than for those who form the womb of every society. In recognition of International Day of the Girl Child, today – the 11th day of October 2020

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