Lunch in Oudtshoorn in the shadow of a jacaranda tree where the petals were "snowing" over
These lemur-like animals are watching us.
The lions are relaxing after lunch. Hardly any animal could look more at peace than
A wily Nile crocodile is resting after a good
The guide and a cheetah.
Rabbits always look very cuddly.
Those who payed extra had the pleasure of touching the white Bengal tiger cubs. They are 6 months old, though they are not small
Mother tiger was luckily on the other side of the
After visiting the ranch we went on to the B+B we had booked earlier that day. It was Buffelskloof
Guest Farm situated 8 km from route 62. We almost thought we had lost our way. But it was well worth it.
We made our own dinner and had a nice time while the night was falling.