Kwandwe Great Fish River Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of food, removing old cattle farm poles from the reserve, painting and laying gravel at the anti poaching unit so the team have somewhere to live! Helping the staff and local vet to dart and catch Nyala to move to another reserve. We have been poisoning certain plants again ones which should not be in Africa. We have seen an amazing array of animals, the pride of lions, the families of elephant, the famous white rhino Tande who poachers left for dead in 2012, baby ...
So today has been spent doing " research " so basically driving around the game reserve looking for animals for the wishes of the people leaving. Saw the lions, a caracal, a puff adder snake and the rhinos. Plus we went to the the tourist shop, I now ...
So yesterday was the first day doing proper volunteer work. In the morning chopped down pine trees which are not native to South Africa, so used saws and machete to either chopped down small to middle sized trees or used the machete to create a ring around the tree so that we could poison it, therefore eventually killing the tree. The afternoon was spent doing a game drive, saw the white rhino, the one that was in the news a fews years ago after the poachers had removed her horn. ...
... then a type of animal, then its sex and age, then go on to inform of us of their scientific name, living habits, likes/dislikes....what a talent! Yolande managed the lodge ensuring we were fed & watered in style - early morning cuppa & snack, brunch at 11am, high tea at 3pm and a 3-course dinner at 7pm - plus her skills extended to rhino-spotting when she joined us on safari! Our stay certainly gave us an insight into what we can expect up north - ...
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