African Diaries / Paperbark Lodge


This is a British Series which takes us on several trips to African Reserves and Lodges. This series is a little bit over the top side, but we do get a good look what it is like to be a tourist in Southern Africa. What we don’t get is a real feeling of being there ourselves or the amazing life that exist there.

Show text: The Waterberg was made famous by one of South Africa’€™s favorite sons, the great poet Eugene Marais. The hillsides of this majestic safari area are adorned with the lovely ghost white Albizia tanganyicensis and it is from these exquisite trees that Paperbark gets its name. The Big Five and a wealth of Africa’€™s other animals roam the vastness of the land. There is no end to the gorgeousness of Paperbark Lodge.



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