Share Your Stories

Here is your opportunity to share your stories...

many visitors to Big-5 African game reserves take great animal or landscape pictures but then never look at them or share them – the pictures remain on a computer or DVD for years – WHAT A WASTE!!

If you love wilderness areas, wildlife photography and African safaris then you have agreat opportunity to share your passion as these safari travellers have done:

Tony Proud and his wonderful Safari Treasures!

Wayne Duke and his amazing Our Etosha Adventure!

We will add to the above Travellers' Tales as and when you send us your stories and images!

There are a few options for people, who return from their Big-five African photo safari, to display their creative talents:

- Have just the best pictures printed in postcard size and put them into an album, which you leave in your lounge for visitors to look at.

- Print a few of the best pictures on A4, A3 or even A3+ photo paper and have them framed and then hang on your walls.

- sell your photographs!

- Put the best photographs into a folder on your computer and then link this to your screensaver.

- Have your favorite photgraph as your computer desktop background.

- Enter your best photographs into photo contests such as the SANParks photo of the month or the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the year.

- Share your favorite photographs and stories with other people that visit this web site and get comments/feedback from them:

Share Your Big-five Safari Story!

If you've been to the Kruger, Kalahari, Etosha, or Pilanesberg and love these places as much as we do, please do share your experiences, advice and tips!

We would be keen to try them on our next Safari and I'm sure other visitors to this site will as well!

After a good day’s game viewing people gather around the campfire and relive the animal sightings of the day and reminisce about their unforgettable experiences…

• Perhaps you’ve had a good or bad experience?
• Maybe you have a favorite camp?
• Do you have a funny story to tell?
• Have you captured any special pictures?

What Other Kruger-2-Kalahari Visitors Have Said...

Click below to see contributions from other people who are passionate about the Kruger National Park, the Pilanesberg, Etosha and the Kalahari...

Last morning opportunity on AUGUST Kruger visit.. 
On the last morning leaving Lower Sabie the weather was overcast and misty all the way to Crocodile Bridge. We saw warthog Kudu and Impala and then one …

Apology for a Fish Eagle. 
It seems the Fish Eagle at lake panic took flight. Here are some photos of the Fish Eagle not getting his footing. The thin branch that he was trying …

Day 3 August visit to Kruger extra photos. 
Additional images from our Skukuza to Lower Sabie drive. Lourens and Janette.

Day 3 August visit to Kruger. 
Day 3 we traveled from Skukuza directly to Lower Sabie. Taking a drive over the Sabie low water bridge and over the Sand river low water bridge. On the …

August visit to Kruger 2nd Day 
On the second day of our visit we traveled from Malelane to Skukuza where we were booked in for the night. not much game except for Rhino Buffalo and Elephant. …

August visit to Kruger 
Once again we made a visit to the Kruger March 2016 being our last. Game viewing was not that good as the southern region was very dry comparing to our …

Lion encounter while on foot 
We recently did the Sand River Bush Camp in the Kruger. Basically this involves a day where the party, guided by two Honorary Rangers, walks in the morning …

Dunevalley to Upington on the way via the Malopo. 
Traveling from Dunevalley to Upington via the Malopo river was nostalgic as we traveled on this road well before the tar road that made the park more accessible …

Final stretch direction Upington along the Malopo river. 
After 2 nights at Dunevalley we traveled along the Malopo river towards Upington, The old road from Upington to the Kgalagadi T F park. Places like Koopan-suid, …

Rietfontein to Dunevalley via Askham. 
From Rietfontein we traveled via Askham to a Guest farm Dune valley, Run by Magda and Claude, where we had stayed over on a previous occasion. A cabin …

Rietfontein Mier area. 
In Rietfontein there is a few historic sites to vissit as the Reformed church that was built ib 1889. Towards Askham past Mier is Hakskeen Pan where the …

Benoni to Kgalagadi - Olifantshoek to Vanzylsrus. 
On our trip to the Kgalagadi we decided not to follow the conventional route of either Hotazel or Upington but took a short right 3 Km outside of Olifantshoek. …

Cheetah mother provides for grown-up cubs 
We had watched a cheetah mother and her four rather large cubs lounging around in the shade of a camelthorn in the mid afternoon. Thinking that she might …

Out of the box in the Kalahari 
These are a few of the photos taken in the Kalahari and then manipulated in PS hope you enjoy

A Hippo is startled by a Goliath Heron and takes evasive action to protect her baby 
The Hippo is startled by the Goliath Heron and takes evasive action to protect its baby, the Heron flies on while the Hippo looks on. May 2012, in Zimbabwe, …

Photographic Equipment and Style 
I Prefer to use my tracking skills and knowledge and approach game slowly and efficiently. As a result the prime lens I use on my FX camera D700 is the …

Johannesburg to Kgalagadi via the Molopo River Not rated yet
Having spent some time in the park we started our journey back by staying over at a guest-farm called Inkbospan run by Landa and Thinus Conradie. Working …

Benoni to the Kgalagadi - Leeupan Guest House to Boksputs via the Molop River Not rated yet
From Leeupan guest house we took a short right 5 Km down the Askham road traveling diectly to the Malopo river and along the Botswana border to Boksputs. …

Benoni to the Kgalagadi - Leeupan Guest House  Not rated yet
25 Km from Vanzylsrus lies Leeupan Guest house run by Lorraine where we stayed over. You are free to roam the farm and climb sand dunes. My best time was …

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To see other visitor's Park-Specific pictures, please click on the links below and then scroll down to the bottom of each Gallery page...

Click here to see other visitor's Kruger Pictures and Stories

Click here to see other visitor's Kalahari Pictures and Stories

Click here to see other visitor's Etosha Pictures and Stories

Click here to see other visitor's Pilanesberg Pictures and Stories

...or if you would like to see other visitor's Camp-Specific photos or to post your photos under your favorite camps, please visit the Kruger Park,Kgalagadi or Etosha pages and just click on the relevant camp and you will be able to view other people's photos and upload your own for each camp.

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