Yes. Lapalala Wilderness comprises of 48,000 hectares of protected wildlife habitat in the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve on the Capricorn tropic in Limpopo province in South Africa. The privately protected game reserve is “off-grid” (powered by sustainable energy systems), one of the lowest people-density “Big 5” wildlife tourism destinations in southern Africa, and home to 60 mammal species including black rhinoceros, roan antelope and sable antelope, and over 280 bird species and South Africa’s only off-grid Vulture Safe Zone. Read more about Lapalala game reserve here
Lapalala Wilderness is located in the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve on the Capricorn tropic in Limpopo province in South Africa.
Lapalala is managed by the Lapalala Wilderness Foundation (2015/348556/08 NPC, 930059272 PBO). Duncan Parker, son of the late Dale Parker who with Clive Walker founded Lapalala in 1981, has partnered with Lapalala’s neighbour Gianni Ravazzotti. Together with Peter Anderson of Anderson Wildlife Properties, a sensitive plan has been formulated so that the vision and legacy of Lapalala can be safeguarded for the future. View the plan here
If you would like to stay at Lapalala Wilderness, you can choose from two privately owned luxurious game lodge accommodation options: Tintswalo Bush Luxury Tented Suites and Noka Camp Luxury Clifftop Lodge. There are currently no self-catering options or camping facilities at Lapalala Wilderness. You can find more information about Lapalala game lodge accommodation, including prices and contact details, here:
Tintswalo Bush Luxury Tented Suites
Noka Camp Luxury Clifftop Lodge
You can find all contact details for Lapalala Wilderness School here
To find out about current vacancies at Lapalala Wilderness School, contact the school’s director Mashudu Makhokha at Mashudu@lwschool.org