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Rhulani Minute Safari - Giraffe finds a spot to drink
Rhulani Minute Safari - Giraffe finds a spot to drink
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
It's not easy for the giraffe to find the right place at a watering hole to get into the right position for a drink. But after an initial analysis, this male giraffe finds the perfect place....
New toilets for the primary school in Supingstad
New toilets for the primary school in Supingstad
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Rhulani’s employees used the quieter month of May for a matter close to their hearts. In the primary school in the village of Supingstad, around 15 km away, where many of our employees live and where ...
Life of a Ranger: A ruminating Impala
Life of a Ranger: A ruminating Impala
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Did you know that impalas are so called “Ruminants”, which means they are able to acquire nutrients from plant-based food by fermenting it in a specialized stomach prior to digestion, principally thro...
Rhulani Minute Safari - Lilac-breasted Roller departure
Rhulani Minute Safari - Lilac-breasted Roller departure
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
There sits the Lilac-breasted Roller, at the top of the tree, and we marvel at the beautiful colors, illuminated in the sunlight. Now let's take a closer look as this eye-catching bird flies away....
Rhulani continues to improve internet quality for guests
Rhulani continues to improve internet quality for guests
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Rhulani Safari Lodge has taken another important step to improve the stability and speed of internet access for our guests. Fiber optic cables have been laid underground to transmit signals from the e...
Rhulani Insights 225 – Fedair Landing
Rhulani Insights 225 – Fedair Landing
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Today we are waiting at the so-called "Wester Airstrip", where our guests traveling by plane arrive and depart. Rolf and Alasdair stand by and watch as the small Federal Airlines plane lands on the di...
Rhulani Minute Safari - Impalas in the daily routine
Rhulani Minute Safari - Impalas in the daily routine
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Today we dedicate a minute of wildlife viewing to the impalas and watch them go about their daily routine. One has the Oxpecker as a constant companion, another is grazing, and a third has its horns t...
Life of a Ranger: Baby lion suckling
Life of a Ranger: Baby lion suckling
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Did you know that little lion cubs receive milk from their mother for about 3 to 4 months before the diet turns to meat? Rhulani's head guide Alasdair shows us the youngest lion cub in the park today ...
Rhulani Minute Safari - Banded Mongooses on the road
Rhulani Minute Safari - Banded Mongooses on the road
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
The passage is currently being made a little more difficult for us because a mob of Banded Mongooses has settled here.
Rhulani Insights 224 – Sundowners with Kids
Rhulani Insights 224 – Sundowners with Kids
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Sundowners! The moment when the whole family enjoys the beauty of nature, the peace, the sunset, all with a snack. This is also the time when even the most active children calm down and are simply fas...
Rhulani Minute Safari - Two-spotted Ground Beetle
Rhulani Minute Safari - Two-spotted Ground Beetle
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Insects are not for everyone, but take a look at this beautiful example of a Two-spotted Ground Beetle, which is found in our latitudes. These beetles are carnivores. They rely on speed and agility fo...
Rhulani Minute Safari - The little Elephant and the tree
Rhulani Minute Safari - The little Elephant and the tree
| Rhulani Safari Lodge
Elephants love the trees. They give them food and they provide shade on hot days. This little elephant here has a bit of trouble with this tree. No shade, no food. But at least he can scratch his butt...