Thursday, October 11, 2012

Become a Vervet Guardian

Nature conservation and animal sanctuaries have always been close to my heart.  The team at Bambelela Wildlife care and Guestfarm recently had a fantastic idea for raising funds where a $3 donation gained you a beautiful photo with your name in the sand.

Bambelela rescue Vervets as well as other animals from various situations but rely on the public for donations.  You can help by being a Guardian to a rescued Vervet.  Go to for more info and click on Become a Guardian.

Bambelela also have stunning guest lodges available for visitors/tourists.

"Bambelela is a privately owned and operated wildlife rehabilitation and conservation farm in the Waterberg district. It is well known and especially well regarded for its exceptional work with Vervet monkeys. Bambelela offers a volunteer programme and Field Guide Assosiation of Southern Africa [FGASA] based courses for theory and practical studies. 

Bambelela also has three exquisite self-catering chalets available for rental, which provide guests with the opportunity for a wonderful luxury experience in the heart of the rugged bushveld. The special privilege is to share the environment with the free living Vervet Monkeys which have been rehabilitated here. You will also have the opportunity to watch other wild animals such as various antelopes, zebras, warthogs, porcupines and many different bird species which are attracted to the Groot Nylsoog River and its marsh passing through Bambelela.

Our guests can join us at Nappy Hour and play with some of the orphans in our kindergarten.
Day Visitors are welcome to book our 2h guided wildlife tour to gain knowledge about the fauna & flora of this region, our work and meet the animals in our care with great and close up photo opportunities.

With your visit you will directly support our wildlife care.

We look forward to welcoming you, soon"

Would you like to contribute as a Guardian to the care of Vervet Monkey's? Find out more here:

From the Bambelela website: caring for Vervet Monkeys

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