Intimate Moments

Sign-up for our monthly newsletter! Keep up to date with all our safari updates, launches and specials via our monthly photo safari newsletter. LIVE UPDATE from our #BigCatPhotoSafari to Sabi Sand, South Africa. By Specialist Photographic Guide Lance van de Vyver. Yesterday afternoon we welcomed some new guests on Big Cat Photo Safari. After a…

Elephant Encounter

Sign-up for our monthly newsletter! Keep up to date with all our safari updates, launches and specials via our monthly photo safari newsletter. LIVE UPDATE from our #BigCatPhotoSafari to Sabi Sand, South Africa. By Specialist Photographic Guide Lance van de Vyver. Yesterday afternoon we started our drive by following up on Thandi. She had moved…

Cats and Dogs

LIVE UPDATE from our #BigCatPhotoSafari to Sabi Sand, South Africa. By Specialist Photographic Guide Lance van de Vyver. Sign-up for our monthly newsletter! Keep up to date with all our safari updates, launches and specials via our monthly photo safari newsletter. Yesterday afternoon we headed out on drive to search for leopards. We managed to…

Lions Everywhere

LIVE UPDATE from our #BigCatPhotoSafari to Sabi Sand, South Africa. By Specialist Photographic Guide Lance van de Vyver. Yesterday afternoon we made our way to the area that Tingana had been seen in the morning. He had entered a very thick block, and after doing a few loops around it, we believed he was still…

Cheetah Kill

LIVE UPDATE from our #BigCatPhotoSafari to Sabi Sand, South Africa. By Specialist Photographic Guide Lance van de Vyver. Yesterday afternoon we heard that a cheetah had been seen crossing into the east towards the end of the morning game drive cycle. We decided we would try to find the cheetah. Within 5 minutes of reaching…

Leopard Kill

LIVE UPDATE from our #BigCatPhotoSafari to Sabi Sand, South Africa. By Specialist Photographic Guide Lance van de Vyver. Yesterday afternoon we headed out to see what we could find. Everyone was keen to see the lion cubs and we headed north to see if we could find them. Unfortunately, there was no sign of them…