This Wednesday the Kariega Conservation Volunteers spent the day serving at Masibulele Preschool and Ekamphumleni soup kitchen as part of a pilot township volunteer programme facilitated by the Kariega Project.
The Kariega Foundation was recently proud to team up with local NGO, The Kariega Project in support of a local Age-in-Action campaign.
Kariega blogger and local conservationist, Bart Logie, has just released his seventh book, 'Boots in the Baviaans' to appear on shelves today, 21 October. It is the latest in a series of Eastern Cape Travel books, and like its predecessors it is a mixture of history, natural history and fascinating stories. It also records a 200km walk through the Eastern Cape's spectacular world heritage site - The Cape Floral Region.
Congratulations to great ranger and photographer Brendon Jennings, who had two of his images taken at Kariega Game Reserve appear in the UK newspaper, the Daily Telegraph. The images also appeared on the Daily Mail website.
Nestled in the quiet and untouched bushveld of the Eastern Cape, Kariega Game Reserve is the perfect destination for romantic honeymoon and wedding safaris.
If you're coming to Kariega Game Reserve on safari and would like to know more about rhino poaching and rhino conservation, our rangers are all knowledgeable on the topic and are happy to help with any questions you may have. You can also head down to the Curio Shop at Main Lodge for a range of rhino merchandise on sale with proceeds to rhino conservation.
Kariega has recently been visited by some renowned wildlife photographers. This month, Kariega offered it's first official photo safari to guests. With the lush bushveld of the Eastern Cape, Kariega offers a rich and unique backdrop for incredible wildlife photography.
On Wednesday, the Kariega Volunteers teamed up with Rooting-for-Rhino and the Kingsley Holgate Foundation to bring the Children's Rhino Art Project to Farmerfield School. The Children's Rhino Art Project is a drive to raise awareness of rhino poaching amoung the youth, aiming to reach 200 000 children before World Rhino Day on the 22 September 2013.
My Rhino is an anti-poaching awareness and fundraising initiative that sells beautifully crafted ceramic rhino's with a portion of the proceeds going to the Kariega Foundation Save the Rhino fund. To date, My Rhino has raised R35 000 for the Foundation, and they were also recently part of the St Stithians Girls Prep 'My Rhino Project" which raised over R11 000 for the Kariega Foundation.
Alexandra Roberts won the Kariega Game Reserve photo competition with her image of a black rhino running through the bush.