INTO THE WILD It was a very happy day for our camp rhinos this month following a decision by Lapalala management to release the rhinos in the breeding camp onto

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FISH EAGLE’S NEST! A few months ago, we noticed that our resident fish eagle pair at Kubu Dam was building a new nest in a dead tree clearly visible from

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BUFFALO ESCAPE! For some folks the grass always seems greener on the other side. Well, that definitely seemed to be the case for this adventurous buffalo that we already know

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TRACKING OUR ELEPHANTS An exciting event took place this month when, for the first time in Lapalala’s history, we placed tracking collars on two of our elephants. We are now

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INTRODUCTION Dale Parker answered a call from Clive Walker around 35 years ago to acquire a tract of Waterberg wilderness land with the objective of establishing a Wilderness School. Eric Rundgren,

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The widely acclaimed Lapalala Wilderness project in the Limpopo Waterberg has developed its first off grid lodge within this 45,000 hectare conservation area. A tented camp has been designed around the site

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INTRODUCTION Lapalala Wilderness has opened it’s new Founders Camp at Schotia Plains in the core area of the Reserve. The big 5 Lapalala Wilderness has now been extended to 45,000 hectares.

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INTRODUCTION It is difficult to comprehend that just 33 years ago the Natal Parks Board advertised a breeding group of white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simun) made up of three bulls and

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Tracking Peter Anderson, CEO of Anderson Wildlife Properties, required as much perseverance as finding the big five, but he was covering far greater distances in a day than Africa’s most

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INTRODUCTION South Africa is experiencing a marked increase as one of the leading destinations in the world. In the last year and over the current high season the occupancy rates

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