Thursday, February 7, 2013

Tswalu Game Reserve to acquire new game-viewing fleet

Tswalu Kalahari has taken delivery of the first of its new game-viewing vehicles, which were ordered as part of Tswalu's vision to provide an intimate safari experience to quests.

The vehicles have only four seats, as opposed to the customary nine, and are designed with comfort in mind.

According to Managing Director, Russel Binks, each vehicle has ample leg-room, removable photographic stands and bean bags for photographers wanting to capture the perfect shot, roll-up tables and a centre console for keeping safari accessories safe so they don't have to be repacked every day.

"Our guests can now have their very own vehicle, guide and tracker, which means that they are able to decide on their own programme for each day.  They can choose when to go game viewing, how long to stay out in the bush and when to stop for snacks and refreshments or a picnic," said Binks.  He added that guests could also stay at a sighting for as long as they wished.

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