Escape to the peaceful remoteness of the Karkloof Nature Reserve  Spend quality time as newly weds at one of our tranquil lodges in the nature reserve or on Spitzkop Farm. Recommended itinerary: Day 1: Enjoy the Karkloof Canopy Tours: Leap into a thrilling four hour zip line adventure over the beautiful treed canopy of the…

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March 28 @ 9:00 am – March 29 @ 8:00 pm African Link Global Events presents The WEDDING SHOW 2020Show Dates: Sat 28 March 2020 & Sun 29 March 2020Venue: Olympia Hall, Royal Food Court, Village Green, Royal Show GroundsCity: Pietermaritzburg, South Africa The WEDDING SHOW 2020…your only CHOICE in the City of Choice A…

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Easter is a special time for many families and if you’re celebrating and have booked your holiday with us, we’ve got you covered! Our team will hide some tasty chocolate eggs around your lodge on Easter Sunday morning. Feel free to enjoy your very own forest or farm Easter Egg hunt with your family! You’re…

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The Karkloof Conservation Centre recently arranged an outing for some local birders, lead by respected guides Dave and Sally Johnson.  The sun shone bright as our little group of 10 met up in the car park at Rockwood Forest Lodge where Dave gave an insightful introduction into the Karkloof forests. Having been warned that our…

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SA’s Spectacular Butterflies and Moths Join our annual fundraising event for Bird Research projects. Internationally renowned butterfly enthusiast, Steve Woodhall, is our host. Date: 15 October, 5:30pm for 6pm Venue: Amber Valley Community Centre Cost: Presentation – R40pp; Dinner – R60pp Contact: pdivall@mweb.co.za or sally.j.cumming@gmail.com

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Howick has a proud history of environmental activism and the town will once more lend its voice to a cause it strongly believes in – a 100% Clean Future. On 21/09/2014 global heads of state will be holding an emergency summit in New York City to discuss a unified government response to climate change. On…

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Well known botanist, ecologist and author, Professor Eugene Moll is hosting a series of workshops covering Tree Identification and Forestry, Vegetation Changes of the Upper uMngeni Catchment area, as well as an evening discussion on the ecological, botanical and cultural differences and similarities between South Africa and Australia. Contact info@dargleconservancy.org.za for more details.

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