Lindsay Muntingh is one of the newest members of the marketing team. He was born and bred in Stellenbosch and followed creative steps for most of his life.
Lindsay completed his BA in Fine Arts at the University of Stellenbosch, specialising in illustration. After that, he chased a Degree in Copywriting at the world-renowned AAA School of Advertising in Cape Town. Since graduating, he has worked within the advertising industry, copywriting radio ads and TV commercials.
Now he is a proud member of the marketing team of Inverdoorn, where he performs copywriting and manages social media platforms as the Content and Communications Manager.
What is your role at Inverdoorn Game Reserve?
“My role at the Reserve is to make sure that people all around the world are made aware of this amazing place, and how much good we do for the animals who live here. I do this by keeping the reserve at the top of mind on all social media platforms and the relevant blogs.”
What has been your highlight at the reserve?
“My highlight at the reserve was almost certainly the cheetah interaction. There is something truly special about being able to touch a wild animal without it being through a fence.”
What was it that interested you about Inverdoorn?
“I have always been hugely appreciative of any conservation efforts and so to have the opportunity to be involved in one, in any capacity, is a privilege.”
What advice do you have for people visiting Inverdoorn?
“My advice to anyone visiting Inverdoorn would be to drink in every single drop of your stay with us. Taste the air, feel the solitude and be present. Understand that you have had the opportunity to see these animals in their natural habitat and be grateful.”
Why should people visit Inverdoorn?
“People should visit for a number of reasons. Firstly, by coming to visit you are directly affecting the lives of the animals at the reserve for the better and even the animals that have yet to arrive here. Also, it is seldom one can be so close to civilisation and be so isolated at the same time. But most importantly come for the authentic safari experience that you’ll get here.”
Visit the Reserve to soak up the solitude and natural beauty that is Inverdoorn!