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From humble beginnings more than 30 years ago, our school has grown into a beacon of conservation, sustainability, education and hope for the future. Our vision is to help the children and youth of our nation to discover the true value of the biodiversity of the natural world and our place within it, and to identify and nurture Africa’s future conservation champions.

We consider it an immense privilege to have the opportunity to instil a passion for nature in the hearts of young people and it is our hope that by doing so, we are playing a part in creating a better future for all South Africans, our country, and the planet.

LAPALALA WILDERNESS

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The Lapalala Wilderness School is situated in the spectacular 45 000 hectare  Lapalala Wilderness reserve in the Waterberg region of Limpopo province in South Africa.  Please click on the logo to view the Lapalala website.
INTRODUCTORY VIDEO

A short video made to celebrate our 30th anniversary
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Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness hosted a special event on the 31st July 2020 to celebrate our rangers who are on the frontline in the fight to protect our natural heritage. World Ranger Day offers a chance to support their vital work. The day is also a great opportunity to pay tribute to rangers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Thanks to all the stakeholders that participated in the event. Happy Ranger Day to all...
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Environmental Education Activity
#Termite Mound
#Geophagia
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
#DrivingChange: We are so thankful to the Ford Wildlife Foundation for their very helpful donation of face shields which we've been able to distribute amongst our staff and at the school.
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
Lapalala Wilderness School
#ConservationEducation: Imagine if the whole world could be re-schooled like this?