Thanda Private Game Reserve

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Thanda Private Game Reserve is a five-star safari lodge in the heart of the Elephant Coast in Zululand, South Africa. The founders are Christin and Dan Olofsson from Malmö, Sweden. The word Thanda means love in Zulu and the Thanda lodge operation is a celebration to the Zulu culture. In 2009, Thanda made it to the top as The World’s Leading Luxury Lodge.[1] The prize has been called the Oscar of the travel industry.

It is situated near ocean and bush, offering hotel guests spa, star gazing and safaris to see the Big Five. In 2009, the Thanda area was expanded with the land of King Zwelithini Goodwill kaBhekuzulu, and after the merger it comprises a total of 14,000 hectares of land. Inside Thanda today lives the black rhinoceros which is on the brink of extinction. It was moved to the area to secure its survival.

Thanda Private Game Reserve is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

Social responsibility[edit]

Thanda Private Game Reserve is involved with and supports various projects that creates jobs and protects the nature and wildlife as well as stopping the spreading of HIV/AIDS. JAC Initiative, Star for Life and Thanda Foundation, and the African Impact Volunteer Progam are some of them.

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  1. ^ http://www.saconference.co.za/forum/topic/show?id=2001419%3ATopic%3A13017 Winner of the World's Leading Luxury Lodge price

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