Good morning everyone,
What a wonderful smell the first rains bring. After two Photographic Safaris in the Khwai/Savuti and the Kgalagadi we are back in Maun to get ready to do a bit of water-work on the Chobe River.
The Khwai delivered as usual. Lions, four leopard sightings in one day, sixteen wild dogs in our camp all rounded off by the amazing food of Capture Africa. Temperatures rising into the forties, were making all species head down to the water allowing for amazing photography.
The long haul down to the Kgalagadi was as usual also unbelievable. Lots of lions and birds of prey, as well as sad moments where a lion pride killed two cheetahs overnight. They were probably unexpectedly ambushed after drinking water at the KijKij waterhole.
The first rain was short but the smell was something indescribable.
Thanks to all our guests who made these trips unforgettable.
For anyone interested in the Kgalagadi Safari for next year, be quick, there are only two spaces left for 26 November – 02 December 2017.
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Good day everyone, our safari season is starting and the sightings are heating up, so is the weather. The hotter, the more animals depend on water, so activities around the waterholes and rivers are picking up. Elephants bathing, predators lurking and birds very active early mornings.
We will be hosting safaris on Chiefs Island, Kalahari, Khwai & Savuti over the next 2 months. Looking forward to some great sightings.
Just a quick note about our Kalahari Safari next year in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. We only have 2 spots left for 26 November – 02 December 2017.
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We just came back from a 3 week stint in the bush working around especially waterholes and rivers. Sightings was constant and we had a great time. We share with you today elephants at sunrise!
We are heading back to the bush after a resupply in Maun. Sightings have been great and the winter is gone. Things are heating up and getting very dry. My favourite time of the year, hot, sweaty and in November the beautiful dramatic skylines appear with amazing sunsets.
We share with you today an image I took last week of a mongoose that did not give up easily. It gave this young lion a very uncomfortable bite on the nose. Although the 2 lions did kill 2 mongoose, this particular one made it after the lion dropped it and ran back into an old aardvark hole.
This was only the second time I have ever seen this behaviour. They do not eat the mongoose, it is all about the chase for the lions.
We have 2 more spaces left on our October Safari in the Savuti/Khwai. Interested?
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Good morning everyone. Just a reminder of spaces left on the 2016 safaris.
Okavango Delta • KHWAI & SAVUTE, Botswana 2016
14 October – 20 October 2016 (2 spaces left)
Okavango Delta • Chiefs Island, Botswana 2016
28 November – 02 December (1 space left)
Kalahari Safari (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park) 2016
3 November – 9 November (3 space left)
Good afternoon, just a quick reminder we have 2 SPACES LEFT for our Savuti/Khwai Photosafari
Also One space left for our Chiefs Island Photographic Safari in November.
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Good day everyone, herewith our dates for Photographic Safaris for 2017. If you need more info contact us on email@example.com.
7 Day Kalahari Safari (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park) 3-9 November 2016
9 Day Kenya Photographic Safari 08–17 February 2017, 07–16 August 2017
8 Day Okavango Delta Safari (Selinda) 15–22 Oktober
8 Day Okavango Delta Safari (Khwai & Moremi Game Reserve) 23–30 Oktober 2017, 13–20 November 2017
5 Day Okavango Delta Safari (Chiefs Island) 2-6 November 2107
7 Day Kalahari Safari (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park) 26 November – 2 December 2017
14 Day Namibian Photographic Safari 17-30 September 2017
Our Chiefs Island Safari, 28 November – 02 December 2016 in November this year has 1 spot left, and our Khwai/Savuti trip, 14 October – 20 October 2016 has 2 spots left. Contact us for more info.
After 4 weeks in Europe, 10 public talks, exhibitions and slideshows, on our work and bush-life, we are heading back to Africa to continue our project in the Okavango Delta. Very proud of Noa who also did her first public talk in Germany. We have a hard 6 months ahead and we will be moving around the Delta quite a lot to cover different areas.
We are also looking forward to our Photographic Safaris in October and November on Chiefs Island and other areas in the Delta. Look on our website for more details www.hanneslochner.com or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
All our dates for Photographic Safaris for 2017 is almost done and will be posted soon. We will have trips to Kenya, Okavango Delta and the Kalahari.
We share with you today one of my favourite prints that was on exhibition, “Miss Castro”! A giraffe nibbling on the fruit of a Sausage-tree.
PS. Thanks to Colin & Erica Fletcher, Freddy & Maya Bühler, in Switzerland for his hospitality and help during our exhibitions, Caspar & Katja Venter from Venter Tours in Germany and last but not least Tom Moerel also from Switzerland for all his help! Also Nikon Switzerland for their support during my exhibition in Switzerland.
Good afternoon everyone, just a quick reminder that our safaris is almost booked out. We have a few spaces left
on these dates for Chiefs Island.
23 November – 27 November & 28 November – 02 December.
We also have 2 spaces left for our Khwai/Savuti Trip, 14 October – 20 October.
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The last month we had good and frequent sightings & are enjoying the changes in the landscape. Its getting drier and colder day by day.
Yesterday morning we got woken up by two lions around our fireplace, so we got up and followed them till sunrise and spent the morning with them. What great privilege.
We share with you today a young female leopard crossing Second Bridge early one morning a few weeks ago in the Moremi Game Reserve.
Enjoy and see you soon.
Join me & Noa for an unforgettable 7 days Photographic Safari Experience to the Khwai and Savuti.
Date: 14 October – 20 October
Khwai Concession • This mopane dominated 1800 sq km wildlife concession is located
on the eastern edge of the Okavango Delta, on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve. The Acacia and Leadwood lined Khwai River itself is the sole source of water for miles around, and is frequented by a spectacular array of game. Khwai is made up of sweeping grasslands, riparian forests and oodplains that are ooded most of the year. This is the raptor capital of Botswana: sh eagles, bateleur, tawny, martial and brown snake eagles line the river bank alongside lanner falcons. Resident packs of Wilddog offer some of the best opportunities with this species. Lion, leopard, cheetah, and hyena are commonly sighted at Khwai.
Savuti, Chobe National Park • Located in the south-west of the Chobe National Park, comprising a lush, expansive marsh, riverine habitat and mopane woodland. Its characteristic granite hills provide a visual relief with a three-dimensional perspective for those accustomed to the at topography of the rest of Botswana!
With food scarce during the past Savute Channel drought, the lions became specialized hunters of elephants and continue today, despite the abundance of alternative food sources.
The annual zebra migration is followed by high numbers of predators, mainly lion, which can make for action packed sightings in Savute. Good sightings of cheetah and leopard are also probable, along with that of the endangered wild dog.
Good morning everyone. We hope you all had a fantastic time off over the festive season. We are very excited to continue our adventure soon in the Okavango Delta. We will be based in different areas around the Okavango to cover all the different landscapes. We also have a few photo safaris planned for the year. Join us in November on Chiefs Island at Chiefs Camp. We are delighted to announce a major refurbishment programme for Sanctuary Chief’s Camp.
18 November 2016 to 22 November 2016 – 5 days, 4 nights
23 November 2016 to 27 November 2016 – 5 days, 4 nights
28 November 2016 to 02 December 2016 – 5 days, 4 nights