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Our Rangers - what Tswalu means to them…

Warren Stuart

Tswalu is a fantastic place to combine both guiding and conservation - what better way is there to learn about the challenges facing the world’s animals and the amazing ways in which they have adapted to their surroundings, than through an interpretive safari?

Jami van der Merwe

Tswalu to me is a sense of discovery and adventure, being able to participate in one of Africa’s truly unique experiences. The opportunity to pursue the elusive pangolin, and be part of the ultimate guest experience. The diversity of wildlife, the different guests and their individual interests, means that every day is unique and interesting.

Nicole Churchyard

Tswalu is truly a place of new beginnings. Each and every time I look at my surroundings, each sunrise and sunset, the contrasts of the landscapes around me in their beauty, I see a place with so much to discover, a continuous opportunity to learn. I feel like I am about to be let loose on a great African adventure and I cannot wait to start this journey and share it with a multitude of fellow adventures.

Travis Hanratty

The freedom to explore. Interacting with interesting people and the unique wild animals we have on Tswalu.

Andrew Wolstenholm

The best part of working at Tswalu is being able to just enjoy myself and be in the company of knowledgeable and well-travelled guests. I also really enjoy working with professional people, and viewing the splendour of the smaller, rarer animals (pangolin, aardvark, brown hyena and so on) and the abundance of grassveld birds. To me Tswalu means conservation in the Kalahari at its highest standard. It also means a place of happiness and unity. Tswalu really is a great place and I am truly blessed to be apart of this lodge and the Kalahari.