Beyond some incredible lion sightings, October also proved a fantastic month for the many other wild and wonderful creatures of the Klaserie. Catch up with your favourite leopard, African wild dog and other characters with part 2 of our October update...
Klaserie Drift Misava Safari Camp is set on prime land in the heart of the Greater Kruger National Park, with 11000 hectares of traverse, offering a true, exclusive retreat into nature. Located in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, which is known for its superb game viewing, abundant fauna and flora and diverse topography, there are daily flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town or it is only a 6 hour self drive from Johannesburg. Klaserie Drift Misava Safari Camp features the big five, incredibly diverse landscapes and beautiful, luxurious five-star accommodation with all the modern amenities.
An incredible place to have our first African safari experience! Wild dog pups, elephant, rhino, hippo, lionesses, giraffe, zebra, hyena and impala all in one day - what an incredible experience! Vusi's food and smile 10/10, Molly and Grace's pampering 10/10 and all the staff just lovely - thank you!
Anna, Gareth, Holly and Sophie Grant
Heaven on Earth. 15 years in the Tourism Industry but I have never stayed at a more awesome place like this one. Your hospitality and service, the food...just everything is perfect! Thank you all!
Edith B and Robert R
Thank you for a breathtakingly beautiful weekend away. You have created an exquisite and serene space that is truly amazing! We have been privileged to see and experience the true beauty of Africa, up close and personal. The entire team is amazing and the service was out of this world. We can't wait to be back!
David and Siobhan
Everything about our stay has been excellent. All the staff, from the driver to butlers and guides have been incredibly welcoming and friendly, making our stay memorable and incredibly special. Thank you MISAVA we hope to return one day.
Ellen and Ryan Deasy
From our blog
"Overwhelmed, the bull collapsed to the ground within minutes and, despite a final surge of adrenaline to regain his feet, he fell back into a thicket by the river. Once down, there was sadly no return for this magnificent beast as one of the males moved in to give the final kiss of death." Read all about our incredible lion sightings in part one of October's sightings report.
Heralded as one of the best months to visit on safari - due to it being right at the end of the dry season and with the moderate, transitional temperatures of spring - September has lived up to its expectations at Klaserie Drift. Some astounding moments on safari this month, from lions on kills to baby leopards, has made every second in the bush full of awe and amazement. Keep reading to...