The Hadza (or Hadzabe) of Lake Eyasi are Tanzania's only remaining tribe of true hunter-gatherers. The Hadza live in nomadic family bands , typically numbering about 20 adults and a group of children. Their shelters made out of light grass are erected in the space of couple of hours and might be used as a base for anything from 10 days to 1 month before the inhabitants move on.
Meet The Rusty Mokoro's other half. Mana, following the bank of the Zambezi, at her namesake- Mana Pool's National Park. Perfectly aligned with our vision, her goal as a photographer and writer is to photograph and tell the stories of those making a difference, being responsible operators and changing the lives of communities surrounding wildlife areas. 👉 @mana_meadows
This is an extraordinary white rhino with one of the longest horns known in the world. For safety reasons I can’t share the location, but fortunately some of these magnificent beings still roam our planet.
Xidulu the female leopard turns and waits for her two cubs to catch up with her as she walks towards our lodge in the Northern Sabi Sands.
An endearing moment!
Elephant Plains Game Lodge | Sabi Sands | Greater Kruger