During the past year, WildEarth and Tswalu have enjoyed bringing you many hours of great live content from this unique piece of South Africa. However, due to a number of ongoing technical and logistical issues, we have had to make the difficult decision to pause filming and broadcasting from Tswalu for the foreseeable future. On behalf of the Tswalu and WildEarth teams, we’d like to thank you all for your participation and support over the past year and feel blessed to have been able to share the wonders of the southern Kalahari with you.
WildEarth and Tswalu are taking a break
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Dylan was the best, with his regular visits to the meerkats, and knew where the Aardvark, Pango etc were, showing the variety of the ecosystem rather than just cat cat cat.
I really miss the broadcasts from Tswalu. The different landscape made a welcome change from the bushveld. The presenters were great and it was wonderful to follow the animals, birds and insects unique to that place. Mostly I will miss the wide open vistas and sunsets. I hope they come back soon.
I’m so sorry that we are unable to visit Tswalu anymore. The stunning landscapes and variety of animals was second to none – those sable antelope and gemsbok, fabulous. Thanks so much to the brilliant guides. It was a real privilege to join you.
I found Wild Earth thru Tswalu’s posts online last year when the pandemic caused us to cancel our much-anticipated trip to Tswalu. On the plus side – we will travel to Tswalu, hopefully in 2023, and I now watch Wild Earth every day….Thank you one and all for these adventures.
Searching for an email or contact information for Peter. I was on safari with him long ago in Kruger and would love to get in touch and do a feature.
I’ve really been missing Tswalu and thought maybe I’d just missed segments or COVID interfered, but after a couple weeks of not knowing I decided to search the blog. I truly hope they will be able to rejoin in the future. They were great presenters, the red soil was like several areas in Arizona were I grew up (and visits to Utah) that soil is magic and the variety of antelope was amazing. Let’s all hope they’ll be back.
Having Tswalu join WE and Safari Live last year was one of the best things ever! The location is spectacular and so unique, as well as being different from the other WE locations. The guides were wonderful, all of them! I am a desert person and having Tswalu on board made my day. I miss them so much, and I look forward to having them back at some time in the future.
All my best to each and everyone at Tswalu.
Sorry to lose Tswalu! They have unique landscapes and animals as well as incredible expert presenters!
I hope the technical/logistical issues can be resolved and they can be part of the team again someday! Until then, thank you and best wishes to the Tswalu team!
So sorry that we cannot see the stunning scenery and rare animals at Tswalu.
After losing Masai Mara previously this is a double whammy.
Will miss Deidre, Juan and Kyle’s enthusiasm.
So sad to loos Tswalu. Hopefully it will come again late. Thank all of Tswalu for the wonderful drives, keep safe.
Just one big thank you to the team at Tswalu for the experiences they have shared with me in the past two years.
I will never forget the enthusiasm that came through the screens from Dylan in the early months of the covid pandemic that made my day that bit better and sometime felt light “christmas everyday”
Sad about Tswalu. Thank you for the wonderful sightings.
I look forward to wonderful live sightings from all the properties
One request please. Many viewers love hyenas. Can the guides on properties other than Djuma also purposefully plan visits to hyena dens
Sad to say goodbye to Tswalu. I will miss all the lovely guides who have entertained and educated us. Farewell everyone. X
Definitely a loss. Hopefully those issues will be resolved and we can continue to see more from the amazing Kalahari.
I’ve got to check this blog more often. I just noticed Tswalu was not on the weather screen so I came here to see what was happening. Definitely going to miss seeing the Kalahari, but someday I’ll get there in person.
Really sad to see Tswalu go. I really enjoyed their segments. Hopefully, at some point, they can return to the schedule. Thanks Wild Earth for keeping us informed.
I’ll miss Deidre a ton. I really enjoyed her drives.
So very sorry to lose footage from Tswalu. It has been great and we have loved the presenters. Come back soon as we will miss you
I will miss Tswalu. It has been lovely meeting all the guides and seeing animals on such a beautiful reserve. Hope to see you again. Thank you
This has been an amazing experience, thanks so much wild earth for expanding my horizons 🌍
Thanks for all the coverage its been special. Take care .
Aw…will miss Tswalu very much. Thanks for all the great drives!
Such a pity. We loved seeing that beautiful area.
Will sure miss Tswalu. So different from the Eastern reserves. Thanks for the wonderful sightings and presenters
Tswalu ,we will miss your wonderful drives. Thanks for sharing your beautiful world with us.
I am sorry to lose Tswalu and hope it is only a short-term pause. I would, however, gladly exchange Tswalu for the Mara.
Sad t o loose Tswalu, but things change and we move on. Hopefully we will visit with them again one day.
Thank you Tswalu for all the wonderful drives. Thank you WE for keeping us informed
So sorry to read this message. I will mis the comments of your wonderfull guides. I enjoyed seeing the meercats and antelope and yes the lions! Hope to see you soon and blessings to you all at Tswalu.
No!!! 😫😖 No more Deirdre! Sad, she is so good! And the others there too ….
We so enjoyed visiting Tswalu and will miss you terribly. Come back soon?!