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Multi-generational holidays at Tswalu

by Tswalu Kalahari on November 20, 2018 in News, The Motse, Tswalu Lifestyle, 
A multi-generational family holiday is a top travel trend which allows geographically separated families to reconnect through shared travel experiences.Holidaying with family members can be an enriching and rewarding experience, particularly when your… Continue reading

The Kalahari is bigger than the den, by field guide Nelson Siboza

by Tswalu Kalahari on November 18, 2018 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 
It was the first thing they called home, a place of refuge for the young wild dog pups with its smell of freshly arranged sand and the lingering scent of its previous inhabitants. At every dangerous looking creature or unsettling sound, the pups would… Continue reading

Tswalu Kalahari Exceeds Expectations

by Tswalu Kalahari on November 16, 2018 in News, Wildlife, 
By Africa Adventure Consultants Journey Specialist Diana recently spent three weeks exploring South Africa and Mozambique. During her travels, she visited Tswalu Kalahari in South Africa. Named one of our 10 Safari Camps to Visit Before You Die, Tswalu… Continue reading

Tracking snakes at Tswalu, by researcher Thilo Beck

by Tswalu Kalahari on November 11, 2018 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 
We’ve been at Tswalu now for four weeks. We are doing a job that we couldn’t have imagined doing five years ago in a place we would not have believe existed. Living next door to every imaginable kind of wildlife in the Kalahari would be special enough,… Continue reading

Of meerkats and pups, by field guide Sarah Nurse

by Tswalu Kalahari on November 04, 2018 in Meerkats, News, Wildlife, 
I saw meerkats for the first time in my life this year and what a privilege it has been to be able to get an up-close-and-personal view into the life of these special creatures. When I arrived at Tswalu in May, I was told that the alpha female of one… Continue reading

Tracking at Tswalu

by Tswalu Kalahari on September 20, 2018 in Conservation, News, Wildlife, 
Tracking wildlife is not just an art and a science. Being able to identify and analyse the tracks of an animal in the wild is an ancient survival skill that has been passed down many generations of indigenous people in Africa. Unfortunately, with urbanisation… Continue reading
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