Wildlife vet Dr. William Fowlds explains how rhino horn is made of keratin, the same as our fingernails, and has no medical value. He calls on us to share the video to help spread this message.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2014/15 Facebook photo competition is David Kettles. David's photograph captures the intense stare and slow movement of the majestic adult male lion beautifully.
Kariega Game Reserve is the perfect destination for a wholesome family holiday. The mild Eastern Cape winters make it a great escape for those looking for some outdoor family fun with wildlife, walks, fishing, river trips, mud, sticks and sunshine...
We were so pleased to receive lots of super images and a detailed review from German guests Petra and Frank after their visit to Kariega Game Reserve in May 2015. Thank you Petra and Frank and we are so glad that you enjoyed your safari and stay with us at Kariega Main Lodge.
The Kariega volunteers made a difference on Mandela Day by planting some trees at a nearby school.
Kariega guest Sonja Wylde captured this video of a newly born giraffe while driving to the Kariega gate on her way home. The calf is still trying to stand up which means that it must be only a few hours old. The mother can be seen cleaning the calf.
It is with great excitement that we publish our roundup of the Kariega Facebook photography competition finalists.
For the 2014/2015 Kariega Facebook photo competition we received 489 guest photographs entries from around the world. Thank you to all of you for taking the time and effort to post your wonderful pictures onto our Facebook page.
Rhino warrior Angie Goody reminisces about her excitement when Thandi's rhino calf Thembi was born and at their first meeting. We celebrate this miracle calf turning six months old today.
Watch delightful video footage of young Thembi (Hope) enjoying an energetic game of tag with a herd of tolerant wildebeest.