Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Missed it?

Were you too late, did you miss out?  We hope not but if you weren’t quite quick enough there are still 5 more days of 10% special offers to come so do keep… Continue reading

We are Still Celebrating!

As part of our yearlong celebrations to mark our 10th anniversary we will be offering anyone booking a stay with us a 10% discount within the next 24 hours (30 March 2015 12:00pm to 31… Continue reading

A Culinary Journey

Our guests come to us to experience a fabulous safari, one filled with big game, spectacular landscapes and a spoiling place to rest their head on at the end of an exciting day… Continue reading

Staging a Bush Emergency

We take safety very seriously. As part of our ongoing programme to ensure all of our staff are well equipped to handle all eventualities, we regularly set up First Aid Training sessions. Our… Continue reading

Over the edge …

“We had such an enjoyable trip in your amazing country and have some wonderful memories and pictures as reminders to hurry back! Not least our ‘Elephant experiences’,  standing on the veranda at the… Continue reading

Wake up!

This little Thanda Lion just woke up from his midday nap and had a bit of a stretch before it started annoying its mother, who was not yet ready to go. I love… Continue reading


Please vote for us! We have been nominated for the prestigious 2015 World Travel Awards and would love your support to help us win another one of these fabulous accolades (we are proud… Continue reading

Keen eyesight!

As part of our series on sharing interesting facts about our wildlife this week’s ‘Weird & Wonderful Animal Fact’ is on Martial Eagles: These beautiful birds of prey have remarkably keen eyesight (3.0–3.6… Continue reading

Thanda on The List!

Kiwi Collection published The List of eight great Safari Hotels Across Africa. Thanda Private Game Reserve is their choice for South Africa! Read Kiwi Collection’s blog at    

A family affair!

Lions are the only gregarious cat species. Thanda guests enjoyed this afternoon encounter with the North Pride. It was one of the occasions where the whole family was united. Dad was not patrolling… Continue reading