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Bronwyn Varty-Laburn

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Bronwyn is 4th generation custodian of Londolozi Game Reserve, a mother, Master life coach and also one of its most longstanding employees, having grown up on the floors of the kitchen and in the gardens of the lodge. Bronwyn’s official title is that ...

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on The Ultimate Big Cat Trio ~ Leopards, Lions & Tigers

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Hi, i knew already them all, thank you for presenting them so beautifully! I hope to visit them all. I am a big fan of the Joubert films and show some of them at a lecture. I just love the baby leopards! Very finely written Browyn, thank you

Nice blog on the conservation of big cats.

Great story on all the big cats from Londolozi to India’s tigers and the Joubert’s to the Plains Conservarcy in Botswana. The Joubert’s are well known and their films are world famous, thanks to them we can see these absolutely beautiful films and know they worked so hard towards this. Londolozi well known for their leopards are stunning, I cannot get enough from looking at these beautiful cats. Thanks to John and Almon who started this long term documentation of the leopards, for all to see.

Having been to Great Plains camps, and particularly to Londolozi many, times . . . my best description is that those camps will result in a life-changing experience.

Bronwyn, Thanks for this in-depth look at three incredible properties. All three of you clearly share the same passion for conservation! Perhaps we will get to Kenya and India some day on top of our visits to Londolozi! We miss you all and can’t wait to come home!

A really nice blog Bronwyn and the pics are lovely. Thanks for sharing.

I just love that I have already traveled to 2 of the 3 main safari areas in this article with both Londolozi and with Great Plains! And Rathambore and Jawai are definitely on my bucket list as well! For the record: Mara Nyika is a fabulous camp in one of the two best conservancies in the Mara, and highly recommended. And I cannot wait to return to Londolozi!

Wonderful to hear that Jaisal Singh and the Joubert’s have the same passion as you at Londolozi to preserve, conserve and educate. Certainly a few more beautiful places to add to my bucket list…apart from Londolozi of course !

Bronwyn, your article highlighting the the big cats in three different locations is so well-written with great information for anyone who doesn’t know about these conservation based properties. The Jouberts are so well known for their documentaries on the lions in the Mara and Botswana, whilst the Singh’s work in Rathambore is less known, so this blog may encourage more readers to visit a new place. Perhaps one day, I’ll finally spend time viewing tigers in a place devoted to conservation and community like Londolozi.

Just added a new place to my bucket list! Thank you.

Absolutely fantastic! Would love the opportunity to visit one day. Brightened up my day!! Continued success to all.

INCREDIBLE article, photos and video!!!!!

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