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Children in the Wilderness – October 2012

Celebrating Arbour Day with our Children in the Wilderness Eco Club schools


Pafuri Camp once again organised the tree planting sessions at the Makuleke Schools during Arbour Week 2012.

Michelle Hofmeyr of Skukuza Nursery kindly donated 30 indigenous trees (mangosteens, brown ivories, wild mangos and mahoganies). These trees were distributed to the four primary schools, high school and the Makahlule nursery school and excited children and teachers were on hand to help with the planting.


Malcolm McCulloch, Chairman of Wilderness Safaris, joined in the festivities, digging holes and showing the chidlren the finer points of tree planting.


Well done to Rob, Landi and the Pafuri Camp team for this great initiative!


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