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A glimpse of February at Camp Jabulani

By 10th Mar 2015 One Comment

February is the month of love – a theme that comes through strongly in this month’s photos.
Sleeping beauty! Long hot days mean there is nothing better than a good siesta after lunch.

We celebrated Valentine’s night in style with a beautiful waterside dinner.

What could be more romantic than setting off into the African bush on elephant back.

It’s not just dogs that love playing with sticks! The Camp Jabulani herd is always inventing fun games to play in the water.

February is the month of the marula harvest – ready to be pressed into the loveliest of liqueurs! We had a lot of fun supporting the annual Amarula festival.

“Choose a job you love and you never have to work a day in your life” – Confucius

Bravo to our kitchen and butler teams for showing passion in what they do every single day.

There is no greater love than the love of a mother for her offspring. Ranger Ryan had the privilege of the first sighting of these adorable cubs.

A curious Jabulani comes to investigate the new boma which has appeared since his last visit.

A rare sighting of a hippo out grazing on a sunny day. Usually hippos only come out of the water to graze during evenings and at night, preferring to remain in the water during the day. They can eat 70kg (150lbs) of grass and other vegetation per day.

The Greater Kruger area, where Camp Jabulani is situated, is arguably one of the finest places on earth to photograph wildlife. This stunning silhouette of a giraffe against the African sunset and Drakensberg mountains would grace the finest portfolio.

The dusty air produced a remarkable orange ‘supermoon’. A supermoon is a full moon coinciding with the moon being nearest to earth – resulting in its largest apparent size, as seen from Earth.

Having someone to love is a family,
Having somewhere to live is a home,
Having both is a blessing.

That moment when you realized why it was worth getting up early to go out on game drive!

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