Video Highlights – Private Guided Madikwe Safari

Marlon duToit All Authors, Marlon 2 Comments

I recently hosted Dave Marshak on a privately guided safari to Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa.

To say that we had an incredible time is a complete understatement and often difficult to depict in images alone.

Please take a few minutes to enjoy the memorable safari moments with us…

Have a look at the images I captured on this incredible Madikwe Private Safari, sure you will love them.

Always remember that a safari starts as a dream. This dream entrusted in the hands of the right guide, ends as a life-changing experience…

Till next time,


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Marlon duToit

Passion, enthusiasm and an unquenchable thirst to explore and introduce you to our natural world’s wildlife perfectly sums up my ambitions. I can’t imagine myself doing anything else. Through my African adventures I kept my photographic passion alive. Behind a camera aimed at a lion or a leopard is where I am most at home, my heart skipping a beat at the mere thought of it. My intention has never been solely for recognition but for the plight of what’s left of our natural recourses. Using my love and understanding of wildlife I am able to convey to the viewer more than an image or a fleeting moment. I aim to tell a story, to bring that moment alive to you and to capture your heart through it.

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  1. John Philips

    An interesting video, though considering how you also talk about how professional you all are, and dismiss other operations, I have a question.

    In the first clip someone is walking along smoking on a walk, hardly the professional BS you espouse, and probably not appropriate as you try to track down lion. I would be interest to know where that cigarette butt ended up?

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    Marlon duToit

    Hi John,

    The guest smoking was one of the lodge owners and a close friend of mine, who spent 3 of the 6 days with us. We had found the tracks of lions and stopped for a morning coffee as we were already late in to the morning drive. After a coffee and rusks we set off and started tracking, at which point the person in question was just finishing off the cigarette he had lit during coffee. I can wholeheartedly assure you that the butt did not end up in the bush but in a pocket, and that he stopped smoking within seconds of starting our walk. As can be heard from my question to my guest, the walk had just started.

    Thanks for your concern, really appreciate you taking the time.


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