I can’t believe we are basically half way through our season. Unbelievable how time passes. July was a phenomenal month in so many ways, but we start with Benny. We are actually planning an entire blog post about Mr Benson, but we will start with a quick picture of him in his chef’s whites. Although […]
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So as per usual our news ‘letter’ is really just a series of images all taken here at Kaingu, all in the month of June. There is no real story there as such. Well, there is, there always is. We are always doing stuff, upgrading stuff and creating stuff. But sometimes a picture tells a […]
Month of May.
As we often do for April’s news we have done an image slideshow. All images of course from April ’18 here at Kaingu Lodge.
So as per usual we planned to open the lodge on the 1st of March after being closed over January and February. Like last year though the weather decided to make things a bit interesting. January and February were unusually dry months, and in fact at the end of February even seasonal game viewing tracks […]
Just the usual images taken through the month.
So we left you last month with a promise to have more updates about Elephayo’s woven muchinga products. Some background. We have always been admirers of traditional building techniques and have tried to incorporate as much ‘home grown’ building techniques and designs as we can. The lodge overall uses a lot of traditional construction. Local […]
So how fast is a bee-eater? As anyone that monitors our facebook page knows, I am quite fond of bee-eaters and taking pictures of them. For me it is the combination of amazing flying ability, beautiful colouration, social structure and obvious intelligence. From a photographic perspective they are also a real challenge to try to […]
August. The month that bridges winter and summer. We often say that at some point in August it is like a switch has been thrown and suddenly temperatures rise. Well this indeed was the case this year, but even at the end of the month and moving into September we still have cold crisp mornings […]
We start off July by saying farewell to Alfonso our Spanish intern. He was a great person to have in camp and became a real team member over the month that he was here. His passion for the bush, his politeness and impeccable english was wonderful. We do hope to see him back in a […]