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Boomslang – predator and prey

Boomslang (tree snake), like the one in the image, and cobras are regularly sighted at Tswalu winding their way through the massive nests of sociable weavers.

World Pangolin Day

On World Pangolin Day we are reminded that all species of pangolin are threatened by illegal trade, which persists and is escalating.

Tswalu – a photographer’s paradise

With your own private vehicle, breath-taking landscapes, and diversity of wildlife, Tswalu offers both the novice and the experienced photographer the opportunity of a lifetime to capture some memorable moments

Packing for your safari at Tswalu

If you’ve never been on safari before, here are some useful tips on what to pack for your holiday at Tswalu.

Raising cheetah cubs

Recently at Tswalu Kalahari, a cheetah gave birth to five cubs. Unfortunately, only a few of these little cubs have a chance of reaching adulthood and independence.

The habitats of Tswalu

Broadly speaking, Tswalu includes five major habitats that have arisen primarily around the Korannaberg Mountains as a result of the windblown sands that comprise the Kalahari as we know it today.

Bedtime stories for Tswalu guests

Every night at Tswalu when guests retire to their suites, they will find a ‘good night’ box with a treat from The Motse kitchen and a printed folklore story to read before they turn in.

Tswalu declared South Africa’s first Vulture Safe Zone

On 7 September 2019, International Vulture Awareness Day, BirdLife South Africa declared Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve as South Africa’s first Vulture Safe Zone.

An evening at JAN Innovation Studio

Last week Tswalu hosted a group of industry friends to an evening at Chef Jan Hendrik’s recently opened Innovation Studio in Cape Town. It was a wonderful evening with great food and wine and delightful company.

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