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Sani Pass Wild Flower Walk
SPECIAL GUEST BOTANIST: doyen of Sani Pass flowers ELSA POOLEY!!
*Transport in 4×4 vehicles up Sani Pass.
*COVID protocols; All vehicles will have sanitisers, windows will be kept open and all passengers are required to wear face masks.
*A slow 8km walk down the Sani Pass enjoying the unique flowers, the superb views, and birds along the way with expert botanists to help identify the species to add to your appreciation and enjoyment.
*Transport back from SA border post to Giant’s Cup Café from 3pm.
ADVANCE BOOKINGS ONLY DUE TO LIMITED TRANSPORT!
Support a good cause – funds raised from this event go towards sponsoring teachers from this area on Environmental Education courses with WESSA at Umgeni Valley.
YOU NEED TO BRING:
*PASSPORT essential! You will be exiting SA at an official border
*Lots of water to drink
*Flower books/binoculars/cameras optional
Meet: 06h30 sharp at the Giant’s Cup Café 10.5km down the SANI PASS ROAD on the left-hand side.
BOOKINGS: for the walk – contact Sani Lodge Backpackers 033 7020330 / 0839873071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCOMMODATION: for the night before is also available at Sani Lodge Self-catering cottages or Backpackers, on the same property as the Giant’s Cup Café (www.sanilodge.co.za).
SALES:(before and/or after the walk): Snacks, sunscreen, caps, Elsa Pooley wild flower field guide books ; Sani Pass flowers, mammals, birds and reptiles posters; WESSA publications; local books and maps; indigenous plant species; artwork by local artists.
Indigenous Gardening Workshops available Saturday 30 January and/or Monday 1 Feb
Small groups (max 5), an opportunity to gain practical and useful advice by exploring indigenous gardens that demonstrate different environments to suit different plant species best, and to enjoy the surrounds. Price includes morning tea and a starter pack of 5 plants. 9am – 12 noon. Add this to your enquiry for the Flower Walk itself and we will send you more information.