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Inzalo Safari Lodge construction in well underway in the Welgevonden Big Five Reserve

We are often treated to sightings of the near threatened Denham's Bustard  on the southern grasslands of  Welgevonden. These majestic birds spend most of their days foraging for arthropods, small vertebrates and vegetable matter on the grasslands. In the late afte...

October 2, 2017

Welgevonden is at the forefront of rhino protection & plays an active role in helping to protect the species against poaching.

Welgevonden has partnered with a number of leading international organizations to help create a unique monitoring system - one that is pioneeri...

September 5, 2017

Cheetah sightings in Welgevonden are common and often provide for a highlight during  game drives.

These elegant cats with the distinctive teardrop markings on their faces are not disturbed by game viewers or human voices, making for amazing sig...

Every time we drive trough the spectacular Sterkstoom valley and cross the many low level bridges over the pristine river we hope to see this shy and near- threatened little Kingfisher. Clear and unpopulated streams like this, with lots of rapids and vegetation on the...

January 15, 2017

Giraffes eating bones, a feeding behaviour called osteophagia.

November 13, 2016

There is an old African proverb; “Wealth is water” and another often used in Uganda;  “The usefulness of a well is known when it dries up”. At Inzalo Safari Lodge, we embarked on the search of our "water wealth" over the past few weeks. Although the Sterkstoom has...

Welgevonden Reserve is committed to ensuring that any new lodge development is done in a manner that limits its impact. This includes both the impact on the environment and on other members of the reserve.

Today we are conducting visibility tests with the reserve m...