Tswalu Kalahari in pictures
The elusive black-maned lion is among the most eye-catching of sightings at Tswalu Kalahari
The dark mane is the result of a genetic mutation
At Tswalu Kalahari, guests have the benefit of a private guide and vehicle
Game drives focus on a particular species, in this case the rare African wild dog
As the heat subsides, they wake up, stretch and play with each other
Then they go out hunting, and soon find their first victim - an elderly warthog
We follow them as they go in search of more prey...
... and eventually they track down a lone baby oryx
Soon, though, the young oryx's distress calls attract its mother...
... who comes charging in to save the youngster
As well as the game, there's a rich diversity of birdlife at Tswalu. Southern yellow-billed hornbill, also known as flying bananas, are particularly common
Accommodation is luxurious, and yet in keeping with its environment
At the main camp, each cabin comes with its own private patio overlooking a waterhole
And Tarkuni, a private villa for families or other large groups, includes five bedrooms and living area, as well as a swimming pool and private kitchens