Videos tagged with "river"

Fly Fishing for Smallmouth Yellowfish and Smallmouth bass in the Little Karoo, South Africa [03:32]
Fly Fishing in the Little Karoo on exclusive FLY.FISH water. My friend Henkie (owner of FLY.FISH ) asked me to join him for a weekend break, targeting smallmouth yellowfish. The stretch of water from the Gamka river, have no angling presure and is surrounded by beautifull landscape. species - smallmouth yellowfish, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, carp and mullet..

Kapama River Lodge [00:53]
Our room with a view

The Hippos of Saint Lucia (South Africa) [00:40]
(EN) St Lucia is a settlement in Umkhanyakude District Municipality in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa. The hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius), or hippo, from the ancient Greek for "river horse" (ἱπποπόταμος), is a large, mostly herbivorous mammal in sub-Saharan Africa, and one of only two extant species in the family Hippopotamidae (the other is the pygmy hippopotamus). After the elephant and rhinoceros, the hippopotamus is the third largest type of land mammal and the heaviest extant artiodactyl. Despite their physical resemblance to pigs and other terrestrial even-toed ungulates, their closest living relatives are cetaceans (whales, porpoises, etc.) from which they diverged about 55 million years ago. The common ancestor of whales and hippos split from other even-toed ungulates around 60 million years ago. The earliest known hippopotamus fossils, belonging to the genus Kenyapotamus in Africa, date to around 16 million years ago. The hippopotamus is semi-aquatic, inhabiting rivers, lakes and mangrove swamps, where territorial bulls preside over a stretch of river and groups of 5 to 30 females and young. During the day, they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. They emerge at dusk to graze on grass. While hippopotamuses rest near each other in the water, grazing is a solitary activity and hippos are not territorial on land. Hippos are recognizable by their barrel-shaped torso, enormous mouth and teeth ...

The Big Five At Sabi Sabi!! [01:01]
We were at Sabi Sabi earlier this year and our first trip out we saw the Kruger Male and the Southern Pride, then buffalo, then a rhino, then an elephant. We finished up with Sandriver the one eyed leopard that has defied the odds by not only surviving but thriving in this predator filled area of South Africa! Not bad for our first few hours in the bush!

Evacuation from The Outpost - Northern Kruger, South Africa [01:20]
The most amazing experience, mother nature at it's best. We were evacuated from Northern Kruger, The Outpost lodge by helicopter. The river is normally a third of this size and by the time we left the waters had subsided considerably. All roads were either blocked or washed away. The staff at the lodge were fantastic, the setting is spectacular and the situation exceptional ! We will return ..... Thank you to Mpumalanga Helicopter company for an amazing experience - 2.5 hours of flying over the Kruger National Park

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