The leopard is undoubtedly one of the world's most iconic big cats and commonly on the bucket lists of first-time and veteran safari-goers alike. I have a saying on safari - "A leopard chooses when it wants to be seen." In other words, they are the masters of disguise - if a leopard does not want to be spotted, it will make itself invisible! Because of their elusive and highly secretive nature,...
Defer to nature
at the luxurious Klaserie Sands River Camp
Experience deep immersion in nature
at the tented Klaserie Sands Safari Trails camp
Encounter breathtaking wildlife
in the heart of the Greater Kruger
Deep romance awaits
at our once-in-a-lifetime Starbed Experience
Klaserie Sands was founded in 2014 by husband and wife team, Louis and Lee-Ann Rautenbach. The brand consists of two intimate lodges – Klaserie Sands River Camp and Klaserie Sands Safari Trails - both of which are located in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve.
As part of the greater Kruger National Park, both camps accommodate guests in authentic luxury, a deep immersion in untouched nature with vast expanses of wildlife-rich wilderness to explore by safari vehicle or on foot. With limited access permitted to the region, Klaserie Sands guests experience the advantage of unfettered access to exclusive sightings.
Renowned for being run by the hands and hearts that built them, Klaserie Sands River Camp and Safari Trails offer guests gracious and gentle service, family warmth and hospitality and a safari experience that is sacred, intimate and unforgettable.
When you are planning a safari, one of the first questions that comes to mind is what time of year to go and we regularly get asked whether certain seasons have an impact on the overall widlife-viewing experience. Fortunately, safari in South Africa is an acitivity that you can do year-round. However, there are certainly differences one can expect to see between the summer and winter seasons that might be more or...
What colours do they see? How well do they see in the dark? What can they see that we can't? In this week's blog, Elly dives into the fascinating world of animal eyesight. Inspired by questions she often gets asked on safari, she goes on to reveal a few interesting facts about the animals you might just have at home...