The staff and management of Lapalala Wilderness rounded off 2019 with a fantastic day of team building. The event was organised by management and hosted by the Lapalala Wilderness School.

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The first rains have fallen on Lapalala and the conditions are currently ideal for controlled burning. Controlled burning is the skillful application of fire to an area to accomplish specific

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Lapalala is currently refurbishing the maintenance workshop adjacent to the headquarters’ offices. One of the improvements is a professionally built gas stall. Compressed gas cylinders contain gas under significant pressure,

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Our second (and final) pride of reintroduced lions was released from the boma onto the reserve. Although the lions – one male and three females – are all slightly younger

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Lapalala has, once again, been affected by persistent drought conditions this past winter season. However, we are fortunate to have natural sources of water on the reserve to mitigate the

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Lapalala is pleased to welcome Ms Dorah Masekwameng in her capacity as the new administration manager of the Lapalala Wilderness Foundation. She has a Diploma in Accounting from College SA

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An exciting elephant encounter took place this month when the Touchstone bull was seen in the presence of the Enigma herd. It is great news that our shy Touchstone bull

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Guests at Lapalala can now enjoy the reserve’s natural beauty on a cruise up the Kgokong River at Kubu Dam. A leisurely, sundowner cruise is a unique way to explore

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LIONS HAVE ARRIVED Lapalala’s first four lions arrived safely on the morning of Tuesday, 18 December and are being kept in the predator bomas for the next few weeks. The

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CHEETAH COLLARING Lapalala is expecting to introduce between four and six cheetah in the next few months. The sourcing of cheetah is complicated due to the endangered status of the

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