Mashatu Photo Workshop: By Kyle de Nobrega

In the month of March, Mashatu Tent Camp hosted a C4 Photographic workshop. The workshop was a huge success, with cheetah sightings on an almost daily basis, a fantastic leopard in the symbolic Mashatu Tree sighting, elephant from worms eye view at the new Valley hide and great weather conditions for night photography. The workshop […]

Cheetah Mom and 4

    After being off the reserve for a month it was such a pleasant surprise to be graced with the presence of this incredibly strong cheetah family. This cheetah mother and her 4 cubs now about 10 months old are an unbelievably strong force, credit to the mother. The cubs have been spotted hunting […]

C4 Valley Hide – Mashatu Game Reserve

It’s been an impressive start to the establishment of C4’s newest hide edition on Mashatu Game Reserve, The Valley Hide.  The hide has been created using the same design principles as the existing Matabole Hide, which has served many photographers in capturing the renowned low angle intimate shots the hide is known for. The Valley […]

Mashatu’s New Arrivals

And the proof is in the pictures, the newest arrivals to the Mashatu Family are here in the form of four, 5 weeks old lion cubs. The cubs are the offspring the lioness who make up the pride of two sisters (adult lionesses) and three, 6 month old cubs. The once littlies of the lion […]

Top 20 – September 2014

Yet another splendid month in the bush gone by, and once again the photographs live to tell the tail – and how we hope they do. The summer sun is ablaze and water resources on the reserve are dismal, making for congregations of animals of all species towards the dense shade of our ancient and mystical Mashatu Trees. Not […]

Month of the Mud Bath

To the wildlife of Mashatu yesterday was just another day in their lives. To me, it was the best day spent in the underground hide I have experienced thus far. As temperatures have begun soaring into the 30’s, the wildlife on the reserve have had to adapt and make some changes to their everyday routines. […]

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