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The Shamwari Virtual Game Drive Experience That Helps Neighbouring Communities

14 December 2020 | PUBLISHED BY admin

2020 has been a rollercoaster of a year with plenty of plot twists nobody had seen coming. The COVID-19 pandemic affected everyone around the world in some capacity – some more so than others. Shamwari’s Head Ranger, Andrew Kearney, took it upon himself to bring the bush to the homes of thousands during lockdown with his virtual game drive initiative. Read on to discover how the virtual tourism initiative has helped rural communities in the Eastern Cape, learn about our real-life game drives, as well as bush walks and more. Virtual Game Drives at Shamwari Private Game Reserve It is

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