Nsemani Dam a waterhole close to Satara Camp in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. This video shows an amazing sighting of 23 Lions around the waterhole and some other animals drinking around the waterhole. This shows the cute young cubs females and two large males of the pride video were taken on the 16th of September 2018 by Bernhard Bekker of Private Kruger Safaris. This was part of a private photographic safari with two guests for 7 nights and 8 days staying in the Kruger Park main camps. When the water dries up in the African bush waterholes are the place to be for the best action for wildlife photography.
This very play full Lion cub harasses mommy seen on safari in the Kruger National Park. This was the last major sighting on an 8 Day photographic tour before our guests departed from Skukuza Airport.
This Cheetah mom with 2 young cubs was a real surprise to the end of the day seen on a photo safari in Kruger National Park. As we were heading to Satara camp from Skukuza suddenly they appeared she looked very nervous I think because of the cubs as she was leading them away into the dark night. Amazing wildlife photography sighting and made the guests very happy as you can hear the cameras and comments in the background. Filmed by Bernhard Bekker by Private Kruger Safaris www.privatekrugersafaris.com
White Lion of the Shishangaan pride in Kruger National Park.
WHITE LION UPDATE ! A first for us after many Safari Camera hunts... Eventually, after a couple of years, we found him. Mutch to the delight of our guests and ourselves. The White Lion from the Shishangaan pride in Kruger National Park seen today on 29 Aug 2018 on the S41 - close from the Nwanetsi turn off he walked in the direction of the S100 (North Westerly direction). A very brief sighting but one to remember forever!! He has, as you can see been in a bit of a fight because of getting older and having to fight his way up the ranks we do really hope that he stays strong and proof all skeptics wrong. You can see the short video compilation here. Video clip & Photos by Bernhard Bekker & Hennie Bekker
Cape Buffalo having a tussle
Cape Buffalo having a tussle in Kruger National Park. With lush grass everywhere is summer the green carpets make for the spectacular seance but in the dry times it creates a total different scene as animals is very tense close to water holes due to pressure to survive and the predators lurking nearby as they know animals must come to the water to drink. Animals like these grazers are fully fed and have time to engage in mating and that leads to fighting amongst the older bulls to state their claims in the herds that roam the African plains. Video taken on safari with Private Kruger Safaris www.privatekrugersafaris.co.za by Bernhard Bekker