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Life of a Ranger: Buffalo Herd

  • August 09, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that there are big herds of buffalo you can find in Madikwe Game Reserve? Rhulani’s head ranger Sean tells us more about this fascinating animal and why for him the buffalo is the most dangerous of the Big 5.

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Rhulani Insights 147 – The roof of the game drive vehicle

  • August 02, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities, Rhulani insights

The vehicle with which you go on the daily safari is open. So you always enjoy the fresh air of the African bush and an open, wide view of the savannah to watch the animals. The vehicle also has a roof, but not always. Rolf tells us more about this today.

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Life of a Ranger: Sandy Elephant

  • July 26, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that baby elephants have a very short trunk, and so the adult animals are making sure that the little ones get rid of ticks and flies? Rhulani’s ranger Alasdair tells us more about the protective behaviour of these big mammals, and see our funny guide acting with all his passion.

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Observation hide: Rhulani’s biggest project ever is finished

  • July 24, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: News, Accommodation, Activities

Very proudly, but also a with bit of sadness, at Rhulani Safari Lodge we have completed the largest, most expensive and most fantastic construction project in our history: The underground observation hide directly at the water hole. We are proud because we are so excited and satisfied about the result. Sad, however, because we haven’t had the opportunity to show the hide to our guests because of the corona crisis. The day that we can hardly wait for will come with the reopening. Here is a review of this project.

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Life of a Ranger: White rhinos playing

  • July 12, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that the rhinos love to pass the time in the wet mud? Watch three white rhinos with Rhulani’s Ranger Martin and learn more about these interesting mammals.

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Life of a Ranger: Kori Bustard

  • June 28, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that Kori Bustard is Africa’s heaviest flying bird? Rhulani’s Head Ranger Sean tells us more about this special bird. Sean also shows us what it looks like when this bird takes off. Almost like an airplane!

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Life of a Ranger: Impala bachelor herd

  • June 14, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that young male impala often get together to form a so-called “Bachelor herd”? Rhulani’s Ranger Martin tells us more about these elegant antelopes, which always have a shiny, clean skin.

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Rhulani Safari Lodge - Travel with Kids South Africa Safari

  • June 09, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: Activities

See what its like to spend the day with Rhulani Safari Lodge guides finding an elusive leopard, cheetahs, lions, elephants having a mud bath, impala poop spitting contest, zebra and more in. Learn about rhinos, cheetahs, elephants and more. Go on a Virtual Safari in the TWK Series ‘That Travel Moment’ .

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Life of a Ranger: Leadwood Tree

  • May 31, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: News, Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that there are many leadwood trees to be seen in Madikwe Game Reserve, which are protected in South Africa? Rhulani’s Head Ranger Sean tells us more about this slow growing tree and its importance for the ecosystem and for Rhulani.

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Life of a Ranger: Dung beetle

  • May 17, 2020 | Rhulani Safari Lodge | Category: News, Activities, Ranger's Blog, Wildlife

Did you know that in Madikwe Game Reserve you will be amazed about the funny dung beetles that are eagerly rolling a round dung ball through the savannah? Rhulani’s Ranger Martin tells us more about these special insects and their “honeymoon through the bush”.

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