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October 19, 2020

The Klaserie In Bloom

As the rain starts to fall the flowers of the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve start to bloom, a welcome sight after the dry dust of winter.

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Within the North of the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve the landscape becomes incredibly different to what is found in the South of the reserve.

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The Last Word Long Beach has been voted as the #2 top hotel in Cape Town by the discerning Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards. Being recognised in this prestigious reader survey is a proud, humbling moment for us at The Last Word Intimate Hotels and Safari Camps.

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This Spring, we are taking the opportunity to stop and smell the roses. Also, to spend some time with those that mean so much to us- our lovely people.

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Spring in the fairest Cape is a magical time. We are privileged to call stunning South Africa home and, for us locals, there is no better time to explore this alluring part of our country.

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The Last Word Kitara is our spectacular gem situated in the heart of the African bushveld. This wildlife retreat hugs the banks of the Klaserie River that runs through the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve where our magnificent Kitara finds its home.

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Even with the entire country in lockdown, life waits for no creature, the world continues to turn and on this particular day in the African Bushveld, that is exactly what happened.

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At The Last Word Intimate Hotels & Safari Camps, you can count on exceptional hospitality experiences centred around you and those dearest to you. Our sanctuaries offer you unrivalled indulgence, 'beyond boutique'.

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As most people who have been to the Kruger National Park, or on any safari experience for that matter, would know just how rare and special it is to encounter a pack of African Wild Dogs. The approximate number of dogs left in the Greater Kruger National Park is ±300. In an ecosystem that is roughly 2,5 million hectares in size, it is one of the species that is in danger of extinction.

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Over the last couple of days we, The Last Word Kitara team, have really been taking advantage of the time and space we have to offer. Driving along the Klaserie River in the early morning in the crisp, chilly winter’s air, a layer mist overhanging the remaining water in the river line and the early morning sunlight bursting through the large Jackalberry trees along the riverbanks.

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