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Endangered Species Day

Endangered Species Day

An endangered species is any animal or plant at risk of becoming extinct or in danger of being eradicated from the Earth. The 21st of May is Endangered species day. A day we can shine a light on the animals whose numbers have declined so much over the years that they have sadly found a place on the endangered species list.

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Endangered Species Day

Endangered Species Day

An endangered species is any animal or plant at risk of becoming extinct or in danger of being eradicated from the Earth. The 21st of May is Endangered species day. A day we can shine a light on the animals whose numbers have declined so much over the years that they have sadly found a place on the endangered species list.

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Impalas of Kapama

Impalas of Kapama

After giving birth, the lamb can walk 30 minutes after being born. After only two days, they can already run as fast as their mother.

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Challenge for Conservation

Challenge for Conservation

Conservation seeks the proper use of nature, while preservation seeks protection of nature from use. Kapama staff joined a great initiative to raise awareness for conservation.

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Importance of water – World Water Day

Importance of water – World Water Day

March 22 marks the annual celebration of water across the world. The purpose of such a day is so simple, yet vital, to raise awareness about the global water crisis and to hopefully get more people to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of water and sanitation by 2030.

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Cute and Curious behaviour of animals

Cute and Curious behaviour of animals

If they do not learn these skills or are unable to learn certain behaviours, they will unfortunately not reach adulthood. Thus, being playful and curious is a necessity for animals.

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The “Black ear” Wonder

The “Black ear” Wonder

As we reached the end of the open clearing, my assistant guide Joseph, raised his hand, leaping forward with excitement, pointing, and struggling to find his words. Finally,

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Desert Rose

Desert Rose

But in the dull browns and yellows of the bush, a beautiful flash of pink and white still exists. Kapama Private Game Reserve guests always marvel at the exquisite beauty of this masterpiece when they see it for the first time.

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Kapama Karula’s Café Amarint

Kapama Karula’s Café Amarint

If you are looking for a bit of an extra kick in your hot beverage with a bit more of an exotic flair, Kapama shares a delightful and traditional twist to your standard milo or hot chocolate.

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Children’s book drive

Children’s book drive

Kapama Private Game Reserve has launched a Children’s Book Drive to assist Eco Children in filling the shelves of the new school libraries. With your help…

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Wild Dog Rescue

Wild Dog Rescue

Towards the end of September, a pack of around six wild dogs made their way onto Kapama. On one particular day, our Rangers while out with guests came across them and noticed that one of the wild dogs had a snare around its neck.

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Kapama is ready to welcome guests

Kapama is ready to welcome guests

Time to renew your soul in the African bush, we are ready to welcome you. The last few months we have patiently been awaiting the return of guests. Now with inter-provincial travel allowed…

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The Porcupine

The Porcupine

At River Lodge, there is a resident Porcupine that often comes around to the “BOMA” area during dinner time. One evening when my guests and I were having dinner we heard a rustle in the bushes…

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Oat & Seed Crunchies

Oat & Seed Crunchies

Kapama Karula Executive Chef Makhi Maki shares a delicious recipe for oat crunchies. Perfect addition to tea or coffee as the South African cold weather creeps in.

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Kapama River Lodge Refurbishment Project

Kapama River Lodge Refurbishment Project

With South Africa moving from level 4 to level 3 on the 1st June, leisure accommodation is still not permissible Kapama Private Game Reserve decided to use this time as productively as possible and commenced with the next phase of the Kapama River Lodge refurbishment project on 1st June.

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Kapama Karula Turndown Treat

Kapama Karula Turndown Treat

It is made from the fruit of the African Marula tree which is also locally called the Elephant tree, as elephants just love the sweet fruit it produces, or the Marriage Tree.

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Masks and More

Masks and More

With the expected shortage of face masks, the Kapama management team that remained at Kapama during the Nationwide lockdown have thrown their hearts and souls into a wonderful initiative.

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