The first lion spoor to be found in Limpopo-Lipadi was initially found in the north-eastern side of the reserve in February 2015, and immediately identified as belonging to lions by Tips Badube, one of Limpopo-Lipadi’s excellent guides. – See more at: http://africageographic.com/blog/the-first-ever-sighting-of-lions-at-limpopo-lipadi/#sthash.hEynzQqG.dpuf
Three wild lions that have been roaming the Tuli area in southern Botswana have entered the Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game Reserve and settled down to claim their territory. The lions (two young males and one thought to be a mature female) are very skittish and keep to themselves, but have now been seen on a […]
I just returned from 4 days at Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game and Wilderness Reserve, together with 5 crazy passionate nature loving people – what a pleasure to spend time in the African bush with these good friends!
It has been an exciting couple of months regarding the leopards of Limpopo-Lipadi. One special story is about a male leopard, known as Odirile.
At the end of November, I traveled with friends to Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game Reserve in Tuli block, Botswana.
Italian journalist Alessandra Soresina has a life-changing close encounter with the Limpopo-Lipadi wild dogs.
National Geographic emerging explorer Gregg Treinish at Limpopo-Lipadi.
Dogs dogs dogs on Mbuzi Road near the Powerline cutline!
This amazing sequence of stills taken off a video show a very brave sky-diving leopard trying to catch some supper.