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Lapalala Wilderness, a vast privately-owned nature reserve, is situated in the mountains of the Waterberg 3½ hours from Johannesburg.

Clear, natural rivers run through bush-covered hills and craggy ravines, and the reserve is home to animals such as rhino (both white and black), buffalo, hippo, giraffe, crocodile, leopard, baboons and many sorts of antelope. The reserve was founded in 1981 and is now a part of the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve.
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Lapalala Wilderness School

 

Most Recent: American International School Johannesburg - 28 January 2014


During last week of January 2014, LWS welcomed the American International School from Johannesburg to the Waterberg. The learners arrived with massive amounts of energy and excitement, although our full and busy programme had everyone tired out by the second night (much to the delight of the teachers). The rapids on the river were certainly living up to their reputation and this activity was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone brave enough to tackle the water.

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Lapalala Reserve Management

 

Happenings- July

July was one of the busiest months that we had this year with a total of eleven schools visiting our Wilderness School. It’s always a pleasure to receive schools that we have hosted for the past years; this is a sign that our programme still mee...  » READ MORE

Tourism & Community

 

Tourism at Lapalala reopens

The Ant Collection, experienced tourism operators in the Waterberg, have taken over tourism at Lapalala. Click here for options, and to book: http://www.waterberg.net/lapalala.php...  » READ MORE

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