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Khulas Cottage: Why stay there?

Some of the things we dread the most about our everyday lives are the hustle and bustle of how urban we have become. How we drive and sit in the traffic with tempers flaring and the noise we have grown accustomed to. But there is a new way of life. The #EarthWarrior way. Everyone at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) has based their every day lives to be an…
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Guest blog: Our visit to the HESC

Khula’s cottage With all the news and the buzz around about Gertjie, the orphaned rhino, as well as Dingle Dell and Lions Den, the brave poaching survivor rhinos, it was a perfect opportunity for African Synergy to visit the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (HESC) for our marketing meeting, and at the same time refresh our ‘palates’ with a taste of Khulas Cottage and Camp Jabulani. It was our first overnight…
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Khula’s cottage overlooks the cheetah enclosures Khula’s Cottage is the recently unveiled, eco-friendly self-catering cottage, built in a truly unique and extraordinary location within the perimeter of the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. Perfect for guests who have an interest in wildlife conservation, it is situated within a five-hectare camp which is surrounded by ten ‘teenage’ cheetahs that are free to roam around, doing what young cheetahs do. The cottage was…
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