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The Ugly Five

The Ugly Five

When you’ve packed all your gear, snacks and water bottles and you’re ready to take on the african bush there are some less famous but somewhat infamous animals you might want to look out for. It’s not commonly spoken of when considering what to keep your eyes open...

How to handle a dangerous animal encounter

How to handle a dangerous animal encounter

iKhaya LamaDube is situated within the Dinokeng Game Reserve - a Big 5 reserve with free roaming animals. There is a real possibility of disturbing an animal during an encounter with them in their natural habitat and territory. This could result in the animal becoming...

A 2 night stay at iKhaya LamaDube

A 2 night stay at iKhaya LamaDube

Dear future iKhaya LamaDube guest, you have no idea the experience which awaits you. I write this while reflecting on my most recent trip to iKhaya LamaDube.  Shopping for the trip away I took off one Friday to do all my shopping the morning before I was due to depart...

Why consider a self-catering game lodge

Why consider a self-catering game lodge

If you’re reading this you may be quite familiar with us at iKhaya LamaDube and know that we are a self-catering lodge situated within the heart of the Dinokeng Game Reserve. If not, well then we’re so pleased you’ve ended up here so we can let you in on all you need...

Bird Watching Tips

Bird Watching Tips

Often when making a trip to a nature reserve such as Dinokeng Game Reserve, guests get caught up in ticking the Big 5 off their list of ‘must-see’ animals that they forget to look to the skies. iKhaya LamaDube is situated in the Eastern Side of Dinokeng Game Reserve...

Remote working in the bush

Remote working in the bush

COVID-19 has welcomed a culture of ‘work anywhere, anytime’ with remote working and virtual office spaces becoming the norm. Working anywhere, anytime provides you with the flexibility to sneak in a change of scenery - as long as you’re able to get your work done. At...