Wild and wonderful! The natural world sizzles on this glorious safari in South Africa where former poachers are being retrained as game keepers

A hand-written card has been left on the table in our room. It urges us to ‘pause, listen, smell, taste, feel and see’ while staying at Singita Ebony Lodge in South Africa.
Whoever wrote the note could easily have added: learn.
Because for all the game drives, sumptuous late breakfasts, sundowners in the bush, brandies by the pool, massages in the spa, a safari is a crash-course in animal welfare, an on-the-job tutorial into the workings of nature.
At least that’s the case here in the Sabi Sand Reserve near the Mozambique border, where Singita has 18,000 acres of private land at its... read more

1 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail

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