There is a Namibian proverb that says “Learning expands great souls”, and that is exactly what happen when you take your kids on safari!
We visited Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game Reserve the week of 18 – 26 September 2015. This must be my favourite place in the world, and it did not disappoint.
Geoff Peck, shareholder
In the beginning I wanted Limpopo-Lipadi to be limitless. I wanted to believe that the possibility of turning a corner and finding a new road or another new animal would never end. The reserve was infinite. In the early days with no map and a seemingly endless supply of unexplored tracks this […]
Shareholder project: Grass Survey
One of the aspects which attracted us to invest in LL was the opportunity to get involved and understand more about what goes on in the bush. Greg mentioned that one important subject is to understand the distribution of the flora, especially the grasses, as this defines the game carrying capacity. […]
Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game Reserve has recently been blessed with a litter of 12 wild dog pups. The puppies where first seen recently when they made their appearance from a well concealed den in a dense grove of Mopani scrub.
Bat-eared foxes are a regular sighting throughout the Limpopo-Lipadi Private Game and Wilderness Reserve, and our rangers often get asked the following questions about these cute and charismatic creatures.
The Secrets of Mbusi Waterhole, Limpopo Lipadi Private Game & Wilderness Reserve.
Many will know that Africa’s wild dogs are endangered, require vast areas to roam, hunt co-operatively to run down their prey and regurgitate food for pups and other pack members.
Here are some interesting facts about baobabs brought to you by Limpopo-Lipadi.
Shareholder Cornelie de Jong shares some awesome photos from her safari on the Reserve with us.