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Michael Klauber
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We were emotionally overwhelmed with our stop at Plaque Rock. Our guide Adam Bannister knew that our group was reading the Varty books and that we were all so impressed with the history and passion of the family. We will look forward to another visit there and understand why the leopards enjoy their connection to this special place.

Rich Laburn
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I believe it is the stories from Londolozi that play a huge role in making this such a magical place. Plaque rock is just one example of the many thousands of stories that have taken place here and people who have in some way or another played a part in contributing to the success of Londolozi. Thanks for your comments Michael.

Jane Taylor
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This spot has such very special memories for me. The ashes of my darling Auntie Eleanor – my African mother – were scattered here, alongside her son Howard’s plaque. I shall visit this special place again next year and remember all the wonderful past times here………

jonathan taylor
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i came over from the uk and worked with my cousin howard mackie for about 6 months at the game relocation company Helicapture.It was one of the most memorable things i have ever done in my life.From catching impala to giraffe howard was the fountain of all knowledge.getting chased by a herd of zebra,tick bite fever,spiders galore were some of my great memories.

Rich Laburn
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Having worked in the bush for the last five years I can completely relate to the wonderful, exciting adventure of being out here and the different experiences that each new day brings. Thanks for your comments, Rich

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