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Growing our own vegetable garden

Corporate social responsibility and sustainability are at the core of our business, our aim is to be self-sufficient and to operate in harmony with nature. In all the work we do, we focus on: what  can we do to make it greener?

Why a vegetable garden

We have had the vision of creating a fruit and vegetable garden for many years now. We see this as a vital contribution towards being self-sufficient and we enjoy providing our guests with homegrown vegetables. The past few weeks have been perfect for investing time and effort into further developing this dream and developing a garden to produce homegrown fruits and vegetables for our restaurant.

Look at them grow!

As many vegetables gardens do, we started with some small seeds, E.g. for the paprika we just used the seeds of the vegatable itself. Over the past few weeks we have seen the seeds growing into plants. There is something special about watching the seed turn into a plant and harvesting its fruits. The excitement of checking in with them on a daily  basis and see them growing and changing a bit every day. Obviously we enjoy the final stage the most, preparing and eating them!

We have had  the pleasure of tasting some of them already and prepared some nice meals. We hope to share our homegrown veggies with you during your next visit!

Our mission

Kololo Game Reserve strives to keep preserve the African way of life for future generations. We strive to do this by supporting our surroundings, protecting nature and providing our guests with an unforgettable wildlife experience”

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Kololo Management

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