The Dewane male and the Xikavi female of Sabi Sands were mating when we visited in November 2016. Hopefully this means that in three to four months time we will have a new leopard cub in the Sands. The leopard mating process is actually a fascinating one; just like lions, leopards will mate every 15 minutes for about 5 days straight. To put that in context, it means that if they are not interrupted they will mate over 200 times in the 5 days that the female is in heat!
- Potholes and waterfalls – Trekking the Blyde River Canyon
- The highlight of the Garden Route – Robberg Nature Reserve