Incredible sighting of twin elephant babies on Kapama Private Game Reserve.
Among the remarkable creatures that inhabit this region, the Cape Buffalo stands out as one of the most fascinating and formidable. In this blog, we delve into the captivating world of the Cape Buffalo and uncover the intricacies of its behaviour, significance in the ecosystem, and the thrill of encountering these majestic beasts up close.
When it comes to luxury travel, private reserves offer a level of exclusivity and indulgence that is unmatched. These hidden gems provide a retreat like no other, allowing guests to immerse themselves in nature and experience the ultimate in relaxation and privacy. From the breathtaking landscapes to the personalized service, here’s why private reserves should be at the top of your travel bucket list.
Often guests are not fully aware of the time, effort and dedication that goes into a guide acquiring their necessary Full trails guiding qualifications, which permits them to be able to take guests on a bush walk in the safest possible way on a Big Five Reserve like Kapama.
It’s not very often that you would encounter snakes out on a safari or anywhere for that matter, as snakes can be rather difficult to spot at the best of times.
Kapama Private Game Reserve, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and abundant wildlife, is the esteemed host for this year’s Safari Guide of the Year Awards. With its commitment to conservation, exceptional guest experiences, and dedication to the preservation of Africa’s natural heritage, Kapama is the ideal location for honouring the outstanding individuals who embody the spirit of safari guiding.
Hyenas are one the most misunderstood animal in Africa, known to be the bad guy of the African bush. But they do what they have to do to stay alive in the harsh African bush.
When we arrived we noticed some zebra making their way closer to the dogs. With the dazzle of zebra was a very small foal. When the dogs spotted the baby, you could see their excitement escalate.
Miracle story of a female rhino who was brutally attached by poachers and left for dead after both horns were removed.
Sustainability and being responsible global citizens are at the heart of everything we do at Kapama Private Game Reserve. Our world’s natural resources are at risk, and finding and maintaining ecological balance is one of our core values.
Over the years a large number of our trackers have come from the areas surrounding Kapama. One of our biggest focuses with regards to our guiding team, has been to assist not only our guides but more importantly our trackers to move through the different FGASA levels.
Everyone knows who the king of the jungle is, or, “the bush” … but is he really?
Lions have always been one of the favourites among the Big 5 animals in Africa. Here are a few interesting facts about lions.
The great giant of Africa is the largest land mammal. These gentle giants can weigh up to 6000 kg for the bulls and females can weigh more than 3600kg. Even with all this weight, you will struggle to hear them as they move between the trees.
Kapama Private Game Reserve is proud of the role we play in empowering women. World Female Ranger Day, in its 2nd year of existence, is celebrated on 23 June. It hopes to amplify the female presence protecting wildlife. This global awareness day aims to celebrate, support and shine a spotlight on women on the frontlines of conservation.
Kapama Private Game Reserve is proud to announce that Kapama River Lodge and Kapama Buffalo Camp have been recognized as 2022 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice award winners.
Kapama’s iconic one-eyed male lion has fallen!
Kapama Private Game Reserve is proud of the role we play in empowering women. Today is International Women’s Day and we honour and pay tribute to our proud female Field Guides, and other female staff, pioneering the path forward for other women to follow.