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on The Best Interruptions in the World

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Joanne Wadsworth Kelley
Digital Tracker

What a rare and wonderful opportunity for the children who visit Londolozi. Memories are made, but also experiences occur that may impact and widen their future views of the world. Understanding, education and compassion for the younger generation will help shape and save the future if wildlife.

Tippy Brewitt
Contributor

Thanks Joanne, I couldn’t agree with you more.

Ian Hall
Senior Digital Ranger

Lucky cubs, what an intro to the African bush .

Tippy Brewitt
Contributor

They definitely are lucky cubs, Ian!

Gawie Jordaan
Senior Digital Ranger

As an adult, I wouldn’t mind make a moult myself! Why not? 🙂

Tippy Brewitt
Contributor

Likewise Gawie, its such a fun activity.

Katie Cole
Explorer

Loved the picture of the lion cub gazing up at the tree he wished he could climb. Kudos to Equalizer and Greg for spotting them!!! They were our exceptional tracker and ranger on our first safari back in July!!!! A truly wonderful team we had a trip of a lifetime that we will never forget!

Tippy Brewitt
Contributor

Thanks for the comment Katie. I’m glad you made some unforgettable memories!

Marinda Drake
Master Tracker

Lovely blog Tippy. Ot is so important for children to learn about the bush and nature. Great experiences.

Tippy Brewitt
Contributor

Thanks so much Marinda. I agree, you could see how much they were enjoying themselves out in the bush!

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