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Field Guide Favourites – Alan Smiths Cheetah Plains Adventure

Cheetah Plains Pictorial Blog Images and text by Cheetah Plains Guest, Alan Smith It is impossible to summarise what it’s like to stay in Cheetah Plains in just a few words and pictures, so I will describe a few of the sightings in just one game drive and throw in, what was to us, an [...]

By | April 16th, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – Alan Smiths Cheetah Plains Adventure

Field Guide Favourites – March Update

What can we say about March that hasn’t already been a pleasure to mention in the months before? Not much, except that this month seems to have marked the end of the dreaded drought!!! With reports of torrential downpours in Kruger and the surrounding areas of Nelspruit, Hazeyview and all the way to Johannesburg it [...]

By | April 14th, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – March Update

Field Guide Favourites – Through Andrews Eyes

Well known Cheetah Plains field guide, Andrew Khosa, spends most of his time taking our guests out into the bush, interpreting the signs, and explaining all about the ecosystem and the inhabitants that we get to view at Cheetah Plains. He is also a keen photographer, who is self taught and always keen to learn [...]

By | April 8th, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – Through Andrews Eyes

Field Guide Favourites – Sean de La Harpe Parkers Cheetah Plains Visit

Going Solo in the Bush and experiencing the Magic of Cheetah Plains Bumbling around the Kruger National Park on my own was both an exhilarating and exciting experience. It was during my visit to Orpen Camp that I pondered the possibility of making a quick break to one of the Northern Sabi Sands Lodges. After [...]

By | March 31st, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – Sean de La Harpe Parkers Cheetah Plains Visit

Field Guide Favourites – Bush Update

As February has drawn, and we entered the beginning of March, the general conditions of the bush is still very dry and has led to majority of our sightings have been close to water. The rainfall this summer has been very low and is said to be the worst drought in 30 years. The drought [...]

By | March 10th, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – Bush Update

Field Guide Favourites – New Genet Family in the Lodge

Known for being extremely shy, I never thought that I would be fortunate enough to see a Genet so soon in my short time here at Cheetah Plains. Granted, I have been with the team for just over 6 and a half months, but I was made aware of the critters that are most rare [...]

By | March 4th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – New Genet Family in the Lodge

Field Guide Favourites – 5 Questions with Myke Glasson

Myke is a field guide in training at Cheetah Plains who has a passion for the bush. Get to know a bit more about him in our 5 Questions with... Where did you work before / experience / training / background? Before Cheetah Plains, I worked in an entirely different industry: I was a floor [...]

By | March 1st, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – 5 Questions with Myke Glasson

Field Guides Favourites – 5 Questions with Andrew Khosa

Andrew Khosa is one of the longest serving members of staff at Cheetah Plains. He has worked his way all the up to Head Guide and is well known to many many guests who he has guided. Get to know a bit more about Andrew in this 5 questions with... Where did you work before [...]

By | February 23rd, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Field Guides Favourites – 5 Questions with Andrew Khosa

Field Guide Favourites – Birgit Rattmans Images

Recent visitor to Cheetah Plains, Birgit Rattmans was kind enough to share some of her lovely images with us. During her visit she was very fortunate to view a wide variety of game, along with fantastic behaviour. Thank you for sharing your images with us and our followers Birgit Image by Birgit Rattmann [...]

By | February 19th, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – Birgit Rattmans Images

Field Guide Favourites – A day at the Waterhole

Written and Photographed by Joshua Gilbert A day at a Watering Hole As you are well aware we, South Africans, are going through one of the driest years since 1992. This period is known as a drought which means below average rain in a given region, resulting in serious water shortages in that area. Here [...]

By | February 17th, 2016|Articles|Comments Off on Field Guide Favourites – A day at the Waterhole