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MORE News, May 2017 Edition

We could never have anticipated that Lion Sands Ivory Lodge would be so well received – by guests, industry professionals and media alike. We were absolutely thrilled to be featured in VISI Magazine in an outstanding 9-page article which really captured the essence of our new creation. Britt would have been so proud, as this was one of her favourite titles! Click here to see the comprehensive piece.

We designed our Fish Eagle Villa at Ivory Lodge to be a Private Safari Home. We share with you what ‘home’ means to us… Click here to read the full article.

How better to experience a product than through a virtual tour, which turns a flat image into an experiential journey? We recently welcomed the team from DEAN Productions to produce a Virtual Tour for each of our properties. We were thrilled with the outcome. In this edition, we bring you Lion Sands Ivory Lodge and the Lion Sands Treehouses. Watch this space for more to come.

I honestly believe that a career in Field Guiding is such an extraordinary one for those with a keen interest in the natural environment, as it brings with it incredible life experiences and opportunities to meet amazing people from around the world. Tourism is one of South Africa’s primary economic drivers, and there will always be a need for good quality ambassadors for the continent’s greatest natural assets. Click here to read more about realising a dream. Perhaps you should sign up for the NJ MORE Field Guide College’s July intake? If you do so before the end of June 2017, in celebration of the College’s 3rd birthday, they are offering a 20% discount on all new booking enquiries. Contact Yosta should you need more information, or wish to reserve your space.

Experience the Best of Both Worlds with the enhanced Marataba Trails Lodge experience, and we’ve thrown in a little something to ‘sweeten the deal’ for you. Click here to read more.

For those who like ‘the detail’, click here to read about important product updates in the world of MORE (including a new conservation levy at Madikwe Game Reserve).


We are grateful for your friendship, partnership and support, and are excited for the second half of 2017 which is almost (already) upon us.

Robert More



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