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Posted on: Thursday, 6 April 2006

Lalibela Game Reserve Children’s Programme

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Lalibela for Kids

Lalibela for Kids

Since opening, Lalibela were aware that there is a huge demand for families wanting a safari holiday in a malaria-free area. Lalibela’s location makes it ideal for adults travelling with children who are wanting to combine a family safari with the Garden Route and Cape Town.

Over the last 12 months Lalibela have looked at various programmes catering for families and have come up with a children’s programme which optimizes the safari experience with quality family time.

Each family is different and children require varying degrees of attention, which is why the emphasis at Lalibela is to be as flexible as possible to ensure memorable family holidays.

In the early morning Lalibela’s child minders come on duty so that parents can leave for their morning game drive. The children are given a chance to wake up, get dressed and be ready for the day. Parents are welcome to stay behind and accompany their children on the kiddies game drive.

Lalibela for Kids

Lalibela for Kids

Breakfast is served and then it is time for the activities of the morning – with a snack in hand, they’re off with their game ranger in their own special vehicle on a short game drive taking care to avoid any close encounters with dangerous game. After the adults game drive and brunch, there is time for the family to spend together – there’s the playground with jungle gym and sandpit or many games to play.

Before the adults go out on their afternoon game drive, high tea is served for both adults and children. After heading out on their afternoon game drive, the children return to the lodge for an early dinner before getting creative with some arts and crafts activities. Time before bed is spent listening to exciting stories of Africa, its people and the wildlife. During all this time the children are looked after by accomplished child minders while their parents enjoy their evening game drive and dinner back at the lodge.

Contact Lalibela Game Reserve on:
Telephone: +27 (0)41 581 – 8170
Or Visit: Lalibela Game Reserve

Useful Links:
Eastern Cape Game Reserves
South Africa Game Lodges
South African Travel Guide

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1 comment about Lalibela Game Reserve Children’s Programme
  1. February 8th, 2010 at 10:08
    dave molony says:

    Any part-day activities aimed at kids 3-5? niece/nephew coming out from Ireland in March and need to keep them busy – based in G’town.
    Any help would be appreciated