Mala Mala Game Reserve – Video series ‘It’s all about the Wildlife”

Mala Mala Game Reserve  goes to great lengths to produce publish good quality, relevant content for their websites and social media channels – check out their Facebook and Twitter accounts for daily updates, pics and movies !

Thanks to a big focus on social media, their brand is easily accessible online and has a load of great content available promoting their product – South Africa safari.

Mala Mala teamed up with South African wildlife videographers Aquavision to produce a video series called ” It’s all about the wildlife”

Check out some of the videos from the series below !

Part 1 of Mala Mala Game Reserve ‘It’s all about the Wildlife” is mostly day time footage – featuring all the usual suspects including the big cats and many of the Sabi Sands big mammals including elephant and buffalo.

Part 2 pays homage to the many and varied smaller animals in the bush – the ones that unless you pay attention you won’t even know are there. “Secret Creatures” is a closer look at the Sabi Sands smaller cats, including the spotted serval, the civet and honeybadger as well as the lesser known and very rare pangolin.

Part 3 – “It’s all about the baby wildlife” is about the advent of spring and the abundance of new baby animals of all shapes and sizes !

Still not convinced there are enough animals to see ? Maybe birdlife is more your thing ? Well there is a video for that too ! Check out the Mala Mala birdlife video !

So once you have seen a lion, you have seen a lion right ? Well not exactly – there are hundreds of daily scenarios that animals can find themselves in – much like your everyday human life.

Just as some of us become different beasts after dark – animals change their behaviour enourmously too ! Check out the latest movie, just released, “Creatures Of The Night at Mala Mala”

Mala Mala has the largest single tract of land in the Sabi Sands and shares a 19 km unfenced border with the Kruger National Park. Founded in 1927 Mala Mala is the largest private Big Five game reserve in South Africa comprising 33,000 acres.

Today Mala Mala operates with 3 different camps – Mala Mala Main Camp, Sable Camp and Rattray’s on Mala Mala. Each camp while unique is offers a true Mala Mala authentic safari experience – an experience first pioneered when safari was simple – traditional camps, sweeping plains, the stunning star lit night sky and the African bush in all its glory.

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