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News | 2020-09-28 08:04:00

Travel Guarantees


We are actively seeking workable solutions to protect all prepaid monies, we can provide complete peace of mind and security for our guests and travel partners.

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Recipes | 2020-09-24 05:00:28

A Culinary Celebration of Heritage Day


Celebrate South African Heritage Day on 24th September by making this delicious modern twist on an old favourite: Chicken Feet. The health benefits will out weigh any scepticism.

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News | 2020-09-22 15:00:48

Anti-Poaching Pooches


A story about the incredible anti-poaching work done by the K9 unit on Thornybush. How these highly trained and skilled dogs work together with the team on the ground to combat poaching.

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Wildlife | 2020-09-19 15:00:01

The Ultimate Carrion Cleaners


When the guides came across an elephant which had died from natural causes it only took a few days for the hyena and vultures to clean up the scene.

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News | 2020-09-14 15:00:32

Help Us Win By Voting In The World Travel Awards!


Thornybush has been nominated in three categories in the World Travel Awards 2020. Help us win by voting!

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Lodges and Team | 2020-09-08 15:00:56

Meet Prince, The Culinary King – Chef at River Lodge


Meet Prince Mashele, the culinary master form the South of Thornybush. This is the story of an ambitious young man and his food journey.

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Recipes | 2020-09-01 15:00:17

Baby Marrow and Corn Fritters – River Lodge


Try the Thornybush courgette and corn fritters, a favourite with our safari guests at River Lodge.

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| 2020-08-27 08:16:40

Community Projects Collaboration


A collaboartion of local community based projects, including Thornybush Community Projects, prove that working together is key to uplifting and upskilling the youth.

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Wildlife | 2020-08-10 17:02:32

The Lion With One Eye


The story of Thornybush’s one eyed lion. How this blue eyed male came into power and what his future holds.

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News | 2020-07-31 13:50:34

You Can Help Save The Tourism Industry: Postpone, Don’t Cancel


Postponing rather than cancelling is one of the kindest things you can do for the tourism industry right now. One in twenty-two South Africans work in the tourism industry, and they need you, now, more than ever. There are so many people involved in making your safari an unforgettable experience, please help them by deferring your trip to a later stage.

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Community Projects and News | 2020-07-22 09:39:13

Mandela Day Warriors


Thornybush Community Projects, together with Dixie Scouts, the Hananani Primary School and Warrior500 came together on Mandela Day for our 67 minutes of giving.

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News | 2020-07-10 13:31:49

The Time For Revival Is NOW!


We are getting ready to open our doors, to welcome back our guests, to share our wildlife areas and create incredible, memorable experiences for everyone.

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Recipes | 2020-07-09 19:55:38

Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta – Saseka Lodge


Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta with Milk Crumble, Strawberry Leather, Pomegranate Pearls and Beetroot Mousse.

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Experiences | 2020-07-01 20:00:47

Wellness Travel in the Wilderness


South Africa’s riches don’t just stop at its natural wonders, wildlife diversity and awe-inspiring landscapes, it also offers one-of-a-kind settings.

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Team | 2020-06-23 19:55:50

Meet Megan Barclay – Pastry Chef, Saseka Lodge


Megan has been with the Thornybush team since June 2019 and her favourite part of the job is seeing the guests’ reactions to the food that is prepared.

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