Jock Safari Lodge

Animals at Jock Safari Lodge

A four-legged Goose flies through the danger zone and survives! A four-legged Goose flies through the danger zone and survives!

The Kruger National Park is full of feel good stories and none more so than that of a little black rhino named Goose. Despite poaching attempts to end her life, she clearly has what it takes to survive.

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World Snake Day at Jock Safari Lodge World Snake Day at Jock Safari Lodge

At Jock Safari Lodge, apart from a good chance of spotting the Big Five, as well as 500 species of birds, you are also likely to spot one of the 54 different species of snakes that call the Kruger National Park home.

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Think Jock, Think Leopard… Think Jock, Think Leopard…

Secretive and silent, the leopard is a creature of the dark and even in darkness, it travels alone. A long, muscular body, thick limbs and heavy paws give it an aura of strength.

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A long walk to freedom for one lucky rhino! A long walk to freedom for one lucky rhino!

We recall the devastation of finding a 6 month old rhino calf wandering around the Jock Concession by itself and her successful rehabilitation.

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The Wonderful Wilderness where we live! The Wonderful Wilderness where we live!

While traversing through the Jock Safari Lodge concession, the wildlife can be staggering in its diversity. Our Rangers and staff photograph and video amazing sightings and lucky for us that they love sharing them with us.

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 Jock Safari Lodge Pays Tribute to World Elephant Day Jock Safari Lodge Pays Tribute to World Elephant Day

August 12th 2017, officially marks World Elephant Day, which is dedicated to help conserve and protect elephants from the numerous threats they face. However, every day is elephant awareness day for us here at Jock Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park! Elephants are truly impressive: matriarchal, social, communicative and creative.

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Hyena VS Wild Dogs at Jock Safari Lodge. Hyena VS Wild Dogs at Jock Safari Lodge.

Early yesterday morning, the Jock Safari Lodge guides found a female hyena fending off wild dogs to protect her dead pup...we are unsure how it died, perhaps killed by lions or another hyena clan. Please Note - Video not for sensitive viewers.

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JEMU the Rhino Update JEMU the Rhino Update

With a new year comes good news on Jemu, our rescued rhino. Orphaned after her Mother was killed by poachers late last year, the Jock Environmental Monitoring Unit (JEMU), at Jock Safari Lodge were able to safely transport Jemu to Care for the Wild Rhino Sanctuary, that specialises in the rescue, care and rehabilitation of rhinos.

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Update on our recently rescued baby rhino JEMU. Update on our recently rescued baby rhino JEMU.

Myself, my daughter Savanna & her friend Abi had the privilege of visiting Care For Wild Africa this week, the rehabilitation centre that specialises in the rescue, care and rehabilitation of rhinos.

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Baby Rhino given a Fighting Chance Baby Rhino given a Fighting Chance

This weekend, the Jock Environmental Monitoring Unit (JEMU), at Jock Safari Lodge, located a 4-month old rhino calf wondering around the Jock Concession, all by itself, here in the Kruger National Park.

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