Tag: Safari


David recently visited Kenya to meet with old friends and colleagues, and also see a couple of new properties. Find out what he thought...

Savanna Blog – July 2015

See what's going on at Savanna Private Game Reserve - a story from the bush in words and images.

Savanna Blog – June 2015

Our friends at Savanna Private Game Reserve provide their monthly stories from the bush with words and stunning images.

New! Walking Safaris in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Two of Sabi Sand Reserves finest lodges - Savanna and Dulini - are working together to offer their shared guests the opportunity to shun the traditional vehicle transfer, in favour of taking a wilder, more adventurous approach and walking through the game rich Sabi Sand, between the two lodges.


Kartagener Associates Inc. (KAI), a pioneering New York based sales representation and marketing firm, welcomes Machaba Camp to our award-winning portfolio.

News from KAI – June 2015

We are thrilled to have Naibor Camp in the Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya as the newest KAI Collection member.

Naibor Camp Joins the KAI Collection!

Kartagener Associates Inc. (KAI), a pioneering New York based sales representation and marketing firm, has been selected to represent Naibor Camp in Masai Mara, Kenya. Naibor Camp is the newest addition to KAI's award-winning portfolio.

Savanna Blog – May 2015

As with April, May has been a month filled with peace and serenity, but at the same time moments of turmoil and strife.

Savanna Blog – April 2015

By far the major highlight from the past month has been the arrival of a female cheetah and her two young cubs! This is the first time in well over ten years that we have had young cheetah cubs on our concession!

Savanna Blog – Mid Dec 2014 to Mid Jan 2015

Another great sighting near Savanna was when the Tassleberry female was also found at Cheetah Flats. After following her for a short distance, she started contact calling and then reunited with her cub, which we estimate to be around four months old! It has been seen very little, and this was evident from the shyness and nervous glances at the vehicles.