Outdoor Classroom

Where else in the world do you study from 5:30am to 8pm and collapse into bed but get to go on 5-star safari drives twice a day? This is like nothing else. We feel super privileged to be able to be amongst all this nature and learn about the wonders of this planet before us humans damage it any further.

Where else in the world is this your classroom?

Where else in the world do you learn this?

Elephant molars are typified by these transverse ridges, which is one of the reasons they are related to the rock hyrax (dassie). Hook lipped rhinos are browsers and eat stems, roots, etc. When they eat they cut at 45º. Here is a sample taken from some dung we found on the road.

Where else do you get to see things like this?

Ostrich in the savannah open plains.
Zebras beneath the Waterberg mountain range.
Quin found this beautiful ground agama in the valley of the mountains.

Where else do you get to live, study and potentially work with this view?

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