Tiger Canyon Celebrates South African Cuisine
Tiger Canyon recently launched its new South African-inspired menu that celebrates the vibrancy of local cuisine in a culinary exploration …
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Enter Philippolis: The Time Machine of The Karoo
The Karoo town of Philippolis is a traveler’s gem that has been unearthed in recent years. Having long lived in …
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Talking Tigers with Ricky Pieterse
Ricky Pieterse is a long-time member of Tiger Canyon, and worked extensively with JV during the rewilding process. This important …
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How to Photograph the Tiger in Africa
We sat down recently with award-winning professional wildlife photographer and co-owner of Squiver (which offers world-renowned photographic safaris), Marsel van …
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The Wonder of Wild Tigers in the Karoo
The Great Karoo is a natural wonder of endless plains and fascinating rock layers.  It is one of the world’s most …
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The Magic of Rain in the Karoo
In many parts of the world the prospect of rain is considered an unwelcome and gloomy dampener on the day’s …
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Project 20/20: embracing natural change
Tiger Canyon recently launched its innovative 20/20 project, a pledge to plant 20 000 trees in 20 years on the …
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Connor Thompson: Tiger Canyon Guide
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Celebrating Tigers
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Renewal in the Karoo
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A wild obituary
Tigress Panna has long been a symbol of the adaptability, intelligence, and endurance of a wild tiger. As previously documented …
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Graham Kearney: The Art of the Tiger
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Of tigers and light
The Karoo region of South Africa has long been famous for its photogenic luminescence. The high sky with its powerful …
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Family Food Fight
Interaction between TiBo, Nonyana cubs and food. The white tigress of Tiger Canyon (TiBo) produced a second litter of cubs …
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Tigress Panna
As tiger cubs reach 20 months of age they begin the process of dispersal, leaving their mother in order to …
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How Photography is Saving the Tiger
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