Kapama Aquires Gwalagwala News and Updates

Kapama Aquires Gwalagwala

December 1, 2008

Kapama Aquires Gwalagwala

Paul Campbell - December 1, 2008

During November 2008 an agreement between Kapama and the neighbouring Gwalagwala lodge was concluded whereby Kapama would acquire the property and business of Gwalagwala.

Kapama will take ownership of the property and business on 1 December 2008, and the fence between Kapama and Gwalagwala which stretches for 3.5 km on Kapama’s southern boundary will be removed and the Gwalagwala property will be incorporated into Kapama Private Game Reserve.

Gwalagwala is a tented camp similar to Buffalo Camp with 6 tents with en suite bath rooms and one large luxury tent with a bath, double basin and outside shower. The camp is positioned along the Klaserie River, a permanent river which provides water to the many game species within the Kapama Reserve. The Klaserie River and immediate surrounding vegetation provides the ideal habitat for leopard, hippo and crocodile on the reserve.

From the 1st of December Kapama will include two daily game drives in open vehicles on Kapama Game Reserve and this will be included in the rate.

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