I took a group of education students for a visit to this Reserve recently. It was an amazing experience for all of us. One enters the reserve on to vast plains that are full of springbok and zebra, and in the distance, grazing contentedly, were some rhino. Our guide's name was Kiewiet, and he was incredibly informative. He seemed to know everything about every animal that we saw, and my students' minds were broadened and stretched beyond what I had hoped. The animals of prey are kept in separate camps, and this was definitely to our benefit - we could get really close for remarkable photographs.
The reserve is well-stocked and Kiewiet knew exactly where to find the animals - and we saw everything! It is well worth a visit. Apart from the animals, the reserve is incredibly beautiful, and some of the photographs that the students took are quite remarkable. Huge vistas of sweeping landscapes, with wonderful mountain ranges that turn purple against the horizon. It was a visit that changed the lives of each one of my students.
There is a picnic area where light lunches are served, and the Reserve is also fully licensed. We sat under the trees and ate toasted sandwiches that are stupidly cheap, and gazed about us in awe. It was a very, very special experience.
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