Londolozi has always been renowed for its excellent wildlife sightings across their 16,000 hectare private concession, which forms part of the world famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve.
Now they have something else to shout about – wild dog pups! For the first time in a decade, the alpha female of their wild dog clan has given birth to 10 cute, wriggling and hungry little pups.
There are fewer than 500 wild dogs in South Africa, and the species is high on the endangered list (and this is worldwide, not just in South Africa), so this new addition is really great news.
As well as the wild dog pups, Londolozi rangers have also seen two new leopard cubs and two cheetah cubs within the reserve whilst out on their daily patrolling drives.
The rangers here have spent many a happy hour watching the pups and the cubs, and cannot wait to share the experience with guests as and when the SA borders reopen to international tourism.
We’re ready when this happens to help you plan and book a holiday to South Africa and to see Londolozi’s new family members for yourself.