Changing of the Guard
Staff Out: CrocValley bids farewell to our Operations Manager, Dylan Brownless and our Marketing Manager, Nadja Peltz. We thank them for their commitment and time served and wish them all the best with their future endeavours.
Staff-In: CrocValley camp sends a warm welcome to the new Marketing Manager, Mark Kreuiter, from Cape Town, South Africa. Mark is passionate about photography and is interested in the digital aspects of marketing.
Indaba 2018 Durban
Fallen Conservation Hero's
CrocValley hosted and celebrated the annual Fallen Conservation Hero's memorial (formerly known as Johnny Ambrose) to honour our lost comrades who gave their lives protecting our wildlife heritage. All Proceeds raised went to a good cause, the CSL (Conservation South Luangwa). It was an extremely fun and exiting day had by all who attended. To view the rest of the Photo's please visit our Facebook Gallery.
We're one month into the cool dry season which runs from May to August and the best moments for vieiwing copious amounts of wildlife coincides with the dry season, as the plains and bush clear out and provide more visibility. We've seen an increase in the number of elephants visiting the camp, and the guests have had some spectacular moments of getting up close to these majestic animals. Our guests have also been treated to regular sightings the elusive wild dog. There has recently been a pack 20 strong spotted in the South Luangwa National Park. Leopard are also frequently seen, with some guests reporting seeing multiple Leopard in one day. The banks of the Luangwa river are also receding, opening up the river bed to a multitude of land dwelling animals which makes for some amazing viewing from the CrocValley terraces. We're enjoying the transition between the seasons, and will keep you posted on our Instagram and Facebook accounts on daily sightings.