Today I had to go on a food shopping town trip and had no time for a game drive.

But I thought you might enjoy this short isiZulu lesson from my tracker Bheki which I recorded a while ago. Bheki and I have been working together for the last 7.5 years and he has been demonstrating the special clicking sounds of the Zulu language (c, x and q) many times to our Thanda Safari guests.

Today he is demonstrating them for you! Since the beginning of the South African National Lock Down Bheki is at home with his family. I miss the game drives with my favorite wing-man!

Have a good evening, stay home and stay safe!

PS: Check out my lock-down site for kiddies – with a new animal pictures every day – http://www.wildlife4kids.com

PPS: Please consider donating to the WHO Covid19 response fund https://covid19responsefund.org

#Christiansperkaphotography @christiansperkaphotography #thandasafari @thandasafari


  1. Thank you for the film, Christian. Years ago I read about the San and the click language. I couldn’t imagine how it sounded. Now I can. Be well!

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