Wildlife

We have had so many amazing sightings and experiences at Rhino Post and Plains Camp – too many to mention but amongst all the big cat sightings, elephant encounters and Rhino views, one that was...

The last night of our honeymoon was spent at the sleep-out at Rhino Walking Safaris. We spend the last night in the wonderful sleep-out, after a bush braai in the treehouse, and it was time to...

It was April 2016. My wife and I were lucky enough to travel from France to spend our honeymoon at Rhino Walking Safaris. We started walking at sunset, like everyday there. The weather was cool and...

Seolo Africa proudly operates in South Africa and Zimbabwe so in the afterglow of the Springbok Rugby World Cup win it seems appropriate to showcase the mammal that our rugby team takes their name from...

Shout “pangolin” (relatively quietly) to the guide driving a game-viewing vehicle in Southern Africa and he or she will stop faster than if you had you said “pink elephant”. Pangolins, sometimes known as Scaly anteaters, are...

A common sight near the shoreline of healthy water bodies in southern Africa is that of a black and white kingfisher energetically hovering about five metres above the surface before plunging head-first into the water...

In August Seolo Africa regional manager Gerrit Meyer filmed a fascinating interaction between a leopard and a porcupine on a road close to our Rhino Post Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park (KNP). The young...

A male lions’ deep far-carrying roar is one of the best-known sounds of the bush. Some have heard the real thing often when visiting wild places but many of us have to be content with...

Woodpeckers are more common than many people realize but even if you have not seen one in the wild large numbers of people have childhood memories of energetic 'cartoon woodpeckers' furiously bashing their bills against...

For many years spotted hyena were disdainfully regarded as mere scavengers and, as late the as the 1920s were, like most predators, shot as vermin, even in National Parks. What a pity then that people did...