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gently back where they belonged. (Pity he included the mosquitoes.) Nowadays,
any effort to re-introduce wild animals to where they were before is usually
called a Noah project.
Q: Does it ever get rainy in South Africa ? I have never seen it rain on TV, so how do the plants grow? ( UK )
A: We import all plants fully grown and then just sit around watching them die.
Q: Will I be able to see elephants in the street? ( USA )
A: Depends how much you've been drinking.
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A fully escorted, compact tour, designed to cover South Africa’s major attractions in 2 weeks. Starting in Cape Town and ending in Johannesburg this tour covers South African Cities, Coastal regions, Mountains and a BIG5 Safari - ideal for those who want to experience what South Africa is all about.
Leopard Hills Game Lodge had a visitor early this morning, the Hlaba Nkunzi female Leopard, Makwela’s daughter from her last litter, strolled into Camp for a good look around!!.
A regular occurrence at the Mfuwe Lodge in the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia where the lodge was unwittingly built on the Elephant's traditional path through to some wild mango trees on the property. The herd of a dozen or so elephants walk through the lodge's reception area at least twice a day for about 4 weeks and then sporadically for about another 3 weeks to feed on the trees. No incidents reported to date! Click on Gallery to view the some more images.
We have added some new tour's and safari's to the website. Below is a list of the new tour's and safari's . Pleas click on the links to read more about these new tour's and safari's.
The new website was launched on 20 May 2008. After many months of developing and then followed by filling with data I decided to go live even with some pages not fully populated with information. So for those visiting your patience with some empty spaces are appreciated.
Please let me know if you need specific information.
Gavin is working around the clock to update the information and packages. Learning the content management system takes some time and each day we are adding more packages and information.