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Dinokeng – Cheetah

“On Thursday the 15th of October 2020 we checked up on our Rietvlei cheetah female and found five healthy month old cubs. This is her 3rd litter on the DGR, she is a successful  mother and a very important part of the cheetah metapopulation not only for South Africa (Lapalala Wilderness) but also for Africa to Malawi (Majete Wildlife…

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COVID19 – Protocols

We are working hard to finalise and implement safety protocols for reopening the Adventure Camps. Protocols are in place, training is being done – now only waiting the green light from the President! Should you require any further information on our program and facilities – please contact us at trevor@kwalata.co.za 0R 083 468 5514

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Lock-down, sure….lock-out not so…

Since the Coronavirus shutdown in beginning of March and subsequent lock-down we are going stir crazy…. To all the campers who missed out on their camps, and to all the camps postponed, we a so sorry for missing you and missing out on great camps. We, at the Adventure Camp decided to bring you, some of the fun and…

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Carona VOVID19

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Contingency Plans As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) diagnoses continue to increase around the world, Kwalata Adventure Camp  is committed to providing a safe environment for our employees and visiting schools, to the best of our abilities, in service to you, our customers and partners. With the rise in diagnoses, we are taking increased measures to maintain business continuity and…

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Joy to a Child 2019

Outdoor Environmental Education Africa Tours The time has arrived!After a few months of hard work, Ronel Harris, Founder and Director of Outdoor Environmental Education Tours Africa, who is very passionate about giving back to the less fortunate, has done it again!Each year, through OEEA Tours, Ronél sponsors a number of children who have never had the experience of going…

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Dinokeng – Rhino Aid

With the assistance from Dr Shaun Beverley as vet and Mr Richard Burns as pilot, No.12 white rhino bull was located and darted. Dr Johan Marais was on the ground to take X-rays of the young bull’s left rear hock which was quite swollen but without broken skin, most possibly from an altercation from a larger rhino. The X-rays…

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Spring Arrivals 2019 Dinokeng

Dinokeng Game Reserve is blessed with new arrivals in the animal kingdom. September has seen the first elephant calf. Posted by, Virtual RangerLike PageSeptember 3 at 1:04 PM Spring brings new life???! Dinokeng Game Reserve is the proud home of the first elephant calf born in the reserve. The new herd of eleven elephants from Marakele National Park in…

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