Accommodation, Facilities, Meals

Our purpose built student centre and other facilities are situated both in close proximity to and on the main reserve. The main student facility is an area locally known as Pote’s, which is on the wildlife breeding area of the Shamwari Wildlife and Conservation department. General game including zebra, kudu and waterbuck can be found along with buffalo on the adjoining property. Our Highfield facility is found on the Shamwari Game Reserve Big five area situated on the Eastern extent of a beautiful area known locally as Highfield valley.

Laundry services are provided once a week. It is advised that no delicate or high value clothing is brought or handed in at the laundered

Food & Meals
Three meals are provided on a daily basis. Meals will either be served at the facility itself or taken as a pre-packed serving, depending on planned or as result of unscheduled activities. Vegetarians and other dietary requirements can be catered for, if notified in advance.

Cooked breakfasts are served once weekly – generally Fridays.

There are no facilities to service Kosher or Halaal requirements but the supply of such meals can be serviced at extra cost, request and availability.

Meals are prepared with exposing participants to an array of local dishes in mind and are generally taken on a self-service basis with the option of juice, tea or coffee being available. Bottled still and spring water is available for purchase from local trading stores.

Example of Menu’s
Breakfast – cereal and toast, muesli & yoghurt, Muffins and toast, cooked breakfast
Lunch – sandwiches, wraps and potato salad, quiche and pasta salad, burgers and chips
Dinner – Macaroni and cheese with green salad, roasted chicken with vegetables, traditional meals like braai and potjie (local type of meal similar to stew)

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