From the dusty remains of an abandoned truck, to the distinctive Gwango safari cruiser, our workshop is a hive of activity. Led by our skilled team of in-house mechanics, the vehicle undergoes a metic
Many of our game drive roads (less traveled due to Covid) have become overgrown. So, we spend the next several weeks rediscovering, finding and clearing the roads overrun with prolific vegetation on t
Husky was also more than happy to watch in anticipation as our Chefs made pizza in the staff cafeteria's new wood fire oven for the very first time.
A pangolin emerged and was rescued from the riverbank where local villagers had been burning and clearing the vegetation to make way for crops.
Most days, we awaken to the soothing call of ground hornbills. An instrumental melody signaling the start of a new day in the wild. It's a regular occurrence here!
False sesame (Ceratotheca sesamoides) is a beautiful flowering plant we recently spotted at Gwango Heritage Resort.
If you don't already know Husky, then you don't know Gwango! He is one of the 5 resident German Shepherds who help to keep the elephants and other wildlife safe here at Gwango.
She came so close I could have touched her. And for a very long while we watched each other. There are no words to describe these moments.
Danny's mom (visiting us from the States) just woke up to the sound of baboons on the roof of her Forest Chalet.
I really didn't know what to expect, after all, this was a locally organized event which had not been hosted in Bulawayo for several years... but my excitement grew as we started planning.
I stopped for a few moments to catch my breath at the top of a flight of stairs in an office building where the elevator isn't working. When I looked out at the cityscape, the view took my breath away
Gwango hosted the first of several planned 2018 STEM Teacher Professional Development Workshops. The first Workshop of the year, held in January included 8 teachers. We selected (from different school
The scientist in me is ever restless (and driving Danny nuts)! Lately, I've been harvesting loads of delicious red and green peri peri from our tiny garden in the sand.
If ever you'll see an elephant smile it's this time of year, when the rain clouds are bloated and the sky is angry and grumbling. It's now that the heavens are kind and shed their weight unabated, fil