Shot in June during the dry winter season in Zimbabwe. The Savé Valley Conservancy is one of the largest private game reserves in Africa. Located in the South-Eastern Lowveld of Zimbabwe, bordering on the Save River on its eastern side, the Conservancy comprises 750,000 acres of diverse wildlife habitat. The SVC is home to one of Africa’s largest populations of black and white rhino and to a healthy population of rare African Painted Dogs. Both of these critically endangered species are carefully monitored and protected within the Conservancy.
Through my travels as a Wildlife Filmmaker & Photographer, I have never been so amazed at the beauty of our planet. This is a short show reel of my travels, adventures, explorations, and sights that I have had the privilege of viewing,
Shot just outside Harare, Zimbabwe out at Lake Chivero.Lake Chivero Recreational Park is about 6 100 hectares in extent including the 16 km long lake.The shoreline of the entire water body covers approximately 48 kilometres. The game park which opened in 1962 occupies around 1 867 hectares and holds a variety of game; most of which has been introduced from the Hwange game reserve.
Whilst on a location recce for future film and television productions in Matusadona National Park on the shores of Lake Kariba, I had the opportunity to film some amazing elephant behaviour. Elephants have such an intuitive way of interacting with their environment. The behaviour of the gentle giants as they play around in the mud and water.
Whilst on a location in Mana Pools National Park on the shores of Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi Valley, I had the opportunity to film some amazing lion behaviour of hunting at night. Manapools National Park is a WORLD HERITAGE SITE based on its pure wilderness and beauty, It is home to a wide range of mammals, over 350 bird species and wildlife.
This short story is off my adventure trip to Gonarezhou national park, Zimbabwe. Gonarezhou National Park is a national park located in south-eastern Zimbabwe. It is situated in a relatively remote corner of Masvingo Province, south of Chimanimani along the Mozambique border.
For the first time, thanks to new technology, cameras filmed at night, in colour, which the eye does not see. This allows us to penetrate to the heart of the secret life of the fauna and more especially of the elephant people. Then begins the incredible odyssey of the elephant and his family to survive through the wildest and desolate spaces of southern Africa.