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Summer is in full swing, with most of the migrant birds having arrived. The temperatures are rising and the bush is responding to the first rains of the season. Although still slightly less than average rainfall, November received some good soaking rain, allowing vegetation to start its transformation from the dry browns of winter to the lush greenery of summer.
Embracing our CSR pillars we take responsibility for our actions and strive to create a positive impact through our activities on the environment, consumers, employees and communities. We manage the economic, social and environmental impacts of our operations to maximize the benefits and minimize the downsides. ‘Giving Back’ is a socially responsible group-initiative created in 2011 by Destination Asia to connect people and make a positive impact in the destinations where we operate. Explore a selection of programs below with giving back at their heart.
Learn more about the projects Savanna is supporting. If you have questions or would like to make a donation to support our work this holiday season, please do not hesitate to contact us. On behalf of everyone at the Savanna Family, we send you our very best wishes!
We believe there is no better way to connect with a country than by embarking on a walking tour. The sights, sounds and smells are all within reach as locals pass by your side, including you in their daily hive of activity. Whether its is food, history, architecture, nature or ancient trades that are the focus, our walking tours lead you directly into the heart of each country and their endearing communities.
Big cat month here at Machaba. Leopards galore and lions around every corner. Our young leopard male almost took down a lechwe the other day. The entire hunt was witnessed. Tiny leopard cubs have been spotted on several occasions.
Cats, Cats and more cats – oh, and dogs as well November really was the month of the predator – made very easy by the fact that the seasonal deluge of impala fawns made feeding almost as simple as ordering take-aways.
Rebranded Taj Hotels, Stories of the Desert and the Desaj Festival and more!
October was definitely the month for wild dog. Besides having the alpha female with her pups providing fantastic viewing almost constantly, the beta female also dropped a litter of pups! The den was initially only moved a few hundred metres from the original den, but the access to the den was perfect and the guests who were here at the time were blessed with fantastic sightings!
Machaba Safaris is pleased to announce the launch of their new camp in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe - Verney’s Camp.