A retreat in the heart of the African Bush! Kuganha

Rejuvenate in Nature and sheer luxury! – Kuganha Tented Camp When visiting Kuganha, spend time and relax without the burdens of modern day technology. Kickback and relax and embrace the beauty of the 10 hectares, wildlife and the landscapes of the Klein Karoo. It’s truly a genuine and unpretentious setting as it promises unaffected genuine…

Focus on: Martial Viot

Meet Martial Viot, the marketing & IT manager at Inverdoorn Game Reserve. He has a communication masters behind his name with emphasis on e-marketing, ad serving and mostly SEO. He has an addiction to coffee, biltong and a weird phobia against rodents. Let’s get to know more about Martial.   Tell me more about yourself?…

Focus on: Arthur Loiselier

A glimpse into the life of Arthur Loiselier! Arthur was born and raised in Paris. However, South Africa is the place he calls home, after living in Cape Town for a few years as a child and completely fell in love with the country. “Inverdoorn is not just work to me, it’s home, it’s family”…

Focus on: Beaugrand Massamba

  Meet Beaugrand Massamba also known as BG, (27) from Congo Brazzaville. Beaugrand studied management and marketing. He describes himself as a hardworking and versatile person, with a lot of integrity. His passion for customer service motivates him to always go that extra mile. Let’s get to know Beaugrand and the career path that he…

Why Cheetahs/predators are important?

The importance of Predators/cheetahs? Did you know? Cheetahs play and important role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Predators would discard vulnerable prey, such as the old, sick or young. This means more food are left for the survival and the growth of healthy prey animals. This would also control the size of prey and its…

What is the Difference? Leopard vs Cheetah

Both felines can be found across the African continent. When witnessed, both truly simply resemble a frightening mass of spots and teeth! When encountered, from a safe point, there are various physical and behavioural attributes that set them apart. Cheetahs have strong dark round/oval spots and dark “tear lines” that runs from the edge of…

What does the future hold for wildlife?

If you look at the latest figures that have been released by the minister, the number of rhinos that have been killed within South Africa since the year  2006 stands at 5,763. The number is certainly higher and would certainly have been killed but dead rhinos were never found. The Kruger National Park NUMBERS looks better;…

Rhino News Update

News Update! – Is the problem shifting somewhere else?   According to media reports,  South Africa’s Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, briefly noted that even though, the rhino  poaching had led to a  declined in Kruger National Park,  it had increased in various other areas. The number of deceased rhinos found have increased in…

Numbers falling or focus shifting

According to media reports, South Africa have recently successfully announced that the rhino poaching has declined in the Kruger National Park. South Africa’s Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, said “702 rhinos had been killed in the country as a whole so far this year, compared with 796 in the same period last year.” The minister have…

Donations and Rhinoprotect initiatives!

Donations funds conservation programmes effectively! We all know that conservation efforts save the rhino species.  Did you know? The Southern white rhino would not be alive today, if it were not for the workings of people and conservation initiatives that managed breeding programmes and re-introduction programmes. However, with donations, you can support these programmes, and…

Meet the charismatic mega-herbivores!

Inverdoorn Game Reserve and Iziba Safari Lodge is a conservation stronghold. Since 2001 they have been running a successful cheetah rehabilitation and breeding centre known as the Western Cape Cheetah Conservation (WCCC). In 2011 RhinoProtect was founded in an effort to curb rhino poaching with the implementation of a special horn treatment. The rhino specie…

The motivation behind Poaching in South Africa

South Africa – Forced removals, poverty within the country and corrective justice are simply a few reasons, why South Africans from various poor communities are willingly working with international rhino poaching syndicates, has said, a researcher at UCT.  According to media reports, Dr Annette Hübschle of UCT’s Centre of Criminology have made a presentation to…

The decline of rhino poaching in 2016

According to Edna Molewa, Environmental Affairs Minister, rhino poaching in South Africa is on the decline while other wildlife, such as elephants have shown an increase in 2016.       Between the period of January to the 31st August, there have been a total of 458 poached rhino carcasses. These have been found in…