Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Eco House and child friendly activities at Lelapa Lodge


This is one of the lodges that form part of Madikwe Safari Lodge
This particular lodge is child friendly and has a selection of activities to keep the little 'uns content
and the parents relaxed and happy...
 
This eco-friendly centre is designed to teach youngsters about nature and what can be found in Madikwe
and beyond...

Skulls to identify...
amongst this collection are:
Elephant, Buffalo,Impala, Waterbuck, Giraffe and Zebra

There are also a few bonsai versions of local trees to look at and identify

This is a leopard skull...

And a Wild Dog...

Up close...
The wild dog has a more fearsome set of teeth than most of the other predators

Set up and waiting for the 'herds'to arrive

a variety of interesting 'things'

Trees to identify

learning about the wildlife...

And about spiders...
This is a Bird -eating spider from South America
It is the largest spider in the world!

Skulls...

Things to play with




A quiet space for mom and dad to relax...
 
Cookie baking is a lot of fun. 

There is TV to watch...

Child friendly crockery...

Weavers to enthral them...

And wild life to keep them busy on game drives!


Madikwe Game Reserve is Malaria free!
Great news,especially for families with children.


This property was recently acquired by the More Group and is currently undergoing an extensive makeover.
That being said, the work is being carried out with minimal interruption to the daily guest activities.
Congratulations to Jeremy Clayton(GM) and his staff on a job well done.
To find out more about Lelapa as well as Kopano and Dithaba and the  current rates
visit their website:
www.madikwesafarilodge.co.za


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