On the 25th September the GCF (Gondwana Conservation Foundation) team hosted an event in honour of World Rhino Day. 200 Children from local schools in the area (Isalathiso Primary School, Imekhaya Primary School, T.M. Ndanda Primary School, Herbertsdale Primary and St Lukes Primary School), were shuttled to the reserve for a fun-filled day of conse Read More
Over the last month, the Gondwana Conservation Foundation has hosted Gr 6 and 7 learners from various schools in our community to participate in conservation activities on Gondwana Game Reserve. Our goal is to teach them about conservation not only in a reserve, but how it can apply at home as well. We hope to make an impact and inspire the next ge Read More
We have just completed a soft refurbishment of all of the Kwena Lodge suites with a special focus on the two privately situated honeymoon suites. We decided it was time to incorporate more colour into all of the Kwena Lodge suites, inspired by the surrounding Fynbos vegetation, and have added antique patterned Kelim rugs underfoot and new bed sca Read More
The newly established Quagga Hiking Trail is now open to guests to meander and explore the fynbos clad valleys in the 1200 hectare predator free area of Gondwana Game Reserve. Hikers can now amble on foot and see the many treasures on the reserve with points of interest signposted. The trail traverses an area rich in biodiversity that is largely in Read More
Gondwana has selected African Hotels & Adventures to manage and market the property. AHA will provide global sales representation and management support to the operational team headed up by Neil Davison.
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From the horses’ mouth...
If Gondwana’s horses could talk they would be able to write books full of stories. Our Shire horses have the best of both worlds: the wild horse herd experience that allow them to roam free and fight for their place in the hierarchy. They also have the luxury of being fed and groomed on a daily basis in their own pe Read More
The spring flowers are out in carpets of oranges, yellows, purples and reds. As species such as the conspicuous Proteas become latent by the passing of winter, we are greeted by a fresh array of blooming plants. The increase in time of day has stimulated various plant species to flower and reproduce. The new season has encouraged rapid growth from Read More