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Our friends at Carrier shared this lovely feature that focuses on our General Manager Karl. Check it out:
Karl has been an integral part of the Ulusaba family since joining as a Ranger, being promoted to Head Ranger and finally offered the challenge to run the reserve along with wife Llan.
The ultimate destination for spotting the Big Five, Ulusaba brings the thrill, adventure and safari traditions of Africa to life in a magical and exclusive setting. The only difference between the Rock, Cliff and Safari Lodges is location. It's difficult for me to pick a favourite as each room is unique and has its own special charm, but it is best to split your stay between Rock and Safari Lodge to get the true sense of Ulusaba.
Something you wouldn't know unless you have been to experience it for yourself is our true sense of family, love and passion not only for our environment but for our people, guests and communities. Prince Silaule, a young boy in our neighbouring village, inspired me to start and continue with the work we do with Pride 'n Purpose, our charitable arm. I would highly recommend visits to surrounding villages to see the impact of the initiatives first-hand. It's also important to me that our guests not only spot the Big Five on game drives but get a truly holistic understanding of what nature has to offer. Other must-do's include a bush picnic, star-gazing from the observatory and relaxing at the tree house viewing deck with binoculars, a good book and a glass of wine.
Thanks to our friends at Carrier for sharing.
Ulusaba: Catching up with the Pride 'n Purpose team
16th July 2019
Ulusaba: Extraordinary baby elephant encounters
20th June 2019
Ulusaba: Introducing our new Safari Suite
24th September 2018
Ulusaba branches out for Arbor Month
31st August 2018
Food Friday: Ostrich Fillet with Biltong
25th May 2018
Ulusaba: The Masungulo Preschool
17th October 2017
Ulusaba: Shining a light on elephant conservation
31st August 2017
Ulusaba: An epic week at work by Trevor Savage
30th June 2017
Ulusaba: Ntseveni School Construction Project
25th May 2017
Ulusaba: Community spirit
3rd April 2017