Thornybush Drops Their Boundary

Thornybush Nature Reserve, has begun removing its eastern boundary fence with the Timbavati, a process that should be complete by early May.

Thornybush will be completely unfenced making the 14 500-hectare Thornybush property open to the Greater Kruger National Park.

The dropping of the fence will allow increased freedom of movement for animal species and a richer game-viewing experience for guests at 11 of the 12 lodges in the collection; one of them, Simbambili, is in the northern Sabi Sand.

By | 2017-03-07T06:21:44+00:00 March 7th, 2017|Product Update|0 Comments

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