The battle between predator and prey is an intricate and essential part of the natural world. Predators need to capture and consume prey in order to survive, while prey employ various [...]
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In the spirit of Ubuntu and as a gesture of thanks and appreciation for their support, Lalibela Private Game Reserve and members of the Indalo rhino security group near Grahamstown hosted more [...]
As travel around the world has opened up and the world seems to be returning to some form of normality, we believe now is the perfect time to book your [...]
Image: Annette Price The eland, an ox-like antelope, is the largest antelope species in Sub-Saharan Africa. They are a sight to behold and one can say that they have [...]
All guests that stay at Lalibela pay a conservation levy per night stayed and all of these funds are ringfenced and paid over to the Lalibela Foundation. The Lalibela Foundation [...]
Lalibela has three exclusive-use villas that are ideal for families and small groups of friends looking for a private safari experience. COVID has brought about a growing trend among travellers [...]
South Africa’s cuisine is unique – just like the diverse people, culture and languages. South Africa has a very colourful and delectable cuisine. Through the decades, South African cuisine has [...]
September is Tourism Month in South Africa – a month dedicated to focusing on the importance of tourism to the South African economy. Tourism Month coincides with Heritage Month which [...]
As the largest land mammal, elephants play an important role in balancing the natural ecosystem. Elephants are therefore known as a “keystone species''. Keystone species are those that provide vital [...]
Lalibela Game Reserve has begun a project in conjunction with the Rhodes University Centre for Biological Control (CBC). The Centre for Biological Control (CBC) focuses the majority of its research [...]