Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape South Africa recently had a very fun and unique guest to visit - Freek from a Dutch children's TV programme called 'Freek in het Wild' - a very upbeat documentary style show for kids exploring the wonders of nature and interesting wild animals.
Children of all ages are welcome at Kariega Game Reserve Main Lodge and a midday programme is available on request from your ranger which includes exciting and educational activities such as guided trails, tracking, learning about survival skills and more. Recently the Van der Naedt family joined us at Main Lodge and sent us this lovely review of their children's experience and their time as a family at the reserve. Thank you for sharing Yvonne and the Von Tol family!
Damian and Chantell from Port Elizabeth recently celebrated their special day at Kariega Game Reserve with 70 guests. The wedding ceremony was held in the veld followed by a reception at Main Lodge.
Sissel Alfredsen recently visited us at Kariega Game Reserve South Africa, from Norway and left us a great review and some lovely pictures. Thank you for your support Sissel and we hope to see you back at the reserve in the future!
Yesterday a small press conference was held at Kariega Game Reserve to inform our local media and supporters of the great news that Thandi is pregnant. Thank you to all who made it out to the reserve to share this special moment with us, and thank you to Alan, Jason, Dr Fowlds and Jo for organising the event.
Kariega Game Reserve is most pleased to announce that recent blood results reveal Thandi is pregnant! Wildlife vet Dr William Fowlds, who has been by Thandi's side since she was poached in March 2012 comments...
Kariega Game Reserve South Africa recently upgraded their luxury game lodges, giving guests an added touch of opulence to their safari accommodation experience.
When we came downstairs in the morning it was obvious that there had been an intruder during the night. Scattered about on the stairs and across the carpet were banana peels, and the fruit bowl was empty. A hurried appraisal of the contents of the house failed to show anything, other than the fruit, that was missing. I breathed a sigh of relief and began wondering who the visitor might be.