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  • I recently returned from my first Safari experience in South Africa. Not only did the Ndtuzi camp experience meet every expectation I had, but it far surpassed them! I give my highest recommendation to anyone seeking a comfortable and exhilarating safari wishing to see a host of animals (including the big 5) and birds with a truly knowledgeable and genuinely caring staff. Brett, Sherie, Don, Bruce and the staff could not have been more accommodating and professional throughout the entire 5 day Safari and stay at Ndtuzi. The vast knowledge of every animal, bird and plant that our guide Brett presented was only surpassed by his ability to track them down. The landscape allowed for breathtaking views high above rivers and made for some amazing photo opportunities. Getting close to the animals was an absolute thrill and a feeling that I will remember for a long time to come. I will not soon forget the elephants, lions, wildebeests, rhinos, giraffes, cape buffalo, antelope, water buck, hippos, zebras, and birds too numerous to count that we encountered during our safari. We loved it so much that we decided to extend our trip an extra day, just so we didn't miss a thing. Sherie made delicious meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner that gave the experience a wonderful touch of home cooking. The entire experience was made even better by the comfortable atmosphere and friendships that we developed with our guide Brett and cook Sherie; I could not imagine that a better Safari experience is possible than my experience at Ndzuti, an experience of a lifetime and one that I will always cherish!
    - Johnathan Yudt USA
Hoedspruit Accommodation
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News & Updates

Some articles of interest written by Judy Meeser of Wildlife Encounters.

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Dwarf Mongoose-co-operative living

Published 19 February 2014 by Wildlife Encounters under Travelogue • Comments: 0
Did you know the Dwarf Mongoose has the proud title of the smallest carnivore on the African Continent? It is also the carnivore with the highest densities per square kilometre; occurring in packs of up to 15 odd individuals and living a semi-nomadic lifestyle moving from one termite mound to the next in a circular... read more »

Rock figs- forging an existance against all odds

Published 19 June 2013 by Wildlife Encounters under Travelogue • Comments: 0

Vulture Culture

Published 17 September 2012 by Wildlife Encounters under Travelogue • Comments: 1
If you drive to Klaserie Game Reserve via the Able Erasmus Pass you will no doubt blow the horn as you drive  through the tunnel, marvel at the difference in temperature as you enter the “Lowveld” and breathe in deeply, savouring in the aroma of the bush. Next time you should take time to also... read more »

Surviving Safari Camps

Published 2 May 2012 by Wildlife Encounters under Travelogue • Comments: 0
Wildlife Encounters operates the Galaxy Collection of safari camps in the Greater Kruger Park- Timbavati and Klaserie Game Reserves. Almost all of the four safari camps were severely damaged in the floods following Cyclone Dando in January 2012. Safari camps tend to situated along the banks of the dry water courses where the bigger evergreen... read more »

Birthday in the bush

Published 9 April 2012 by Wildlife Encounters under Travelogue • Comments: 1
nDzuti Safari Camp is still closed after the floods in January when during the space of 18 hours Cyclone Dando rained down some some 500 mm of steady down pour. The rivers burst their banks and dam walls broke causing enormous damage to camps situated along the water courses. After the flood, we were fortunate... read more »