The Zulu Nyala Private Game Reserve provides a unique bush experience in the heart of one of South Africa‘s most diverse conservation regions.
This lush stretch of paradise is home to varied game; elephants, rhino, buffalo, hippo, giraffe and leopards.
Stay in either the ‘Game Lodge’ on a hilltop offering panoramic views, the ‘Heritage Lodge’ restored to it is original colonial grandeur or the ‘Hemingway Camp’ a sense of safari with all the comforts of a luxury camp.
Take advantage of two game viewings per day in open Land Rovers with your personal Ranger. He will also assist with arranging all of your activities during your stay.
Valid for twelve (12) months from date of auction, subject to availability. Flights, travel, transfers, side trips, drinks, telephone calls not included. All meals, with gourmet breakfast and buffet dinners are included.
Matthew "Hambo" Hampson is a former English rugby union prop who became a C4/5 tetraplegic after a scrummaging practice accident for England under 21 on 15 March.
Hampson took up rugby as a 5-year old for Oakham, joining Syston RFC when he was 12. He joined Leicester Tigers academy at the under 16 age group and was made an apprentice for the 2001/2 season. He was regarded as a promising prop and although he had not made his Leicester debut he had been an unused bench replacement. He had played both for Bedford Blues and Nuneaton R.F.C. while on loan. He had also played for England U18 and England U21.
Hampson's accident happened on Tuesday 15 March 2005 at Franklin's Gardens, when the England U21 team were preparing for an under 21 Six Nations match against Scotland. In what he described as a freak accident, a scrum collapsed and dislocated his neck, severing his spinal cord.
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