In this stunning sequence we find out where cheetahs go to get a better view of their surroundings. Vic D’Oliveira captured these cheetahs as they circled a stone cairn in the Kruger National Park. 

In this stunning sequence we find out where cheetahs go to get a better view of their surroundings. Vic D’Oliveira captured these cheetahs as they circled a stone cairn in the Kruger National Park.

Which way do we go?

Vic explains: Just 2km from Crocodile Bridge we stopped at the cairn and three cheetahs came out of the bush and circled it. Two jumped up and prevented the third from mounting the block. They posed majestically for a few minutes allowing us to take pictures. Most fortunate.

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The cheetahs do it again

Jeanette Henochsberg was also fortunate. She came across this cheetah as it paraded about and enjoyed the view from the cairn at the junction of the S23 and S113.

Jeanette says: We stopped to read the sign. Apparently the cheetah also could not decide where to go.