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Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins

Welsh Superstar Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins and her husband (Andrew Levitas) are both global Patrons of our organisation and support our work, in keeping with the spirit of what Wilderness Foundation Africa stands for, we are holding two unique three-day conservation experiences on the private game reserves in South Africa of Sanbona (Western Cape) 22 to the 24 December and Shamwari (Eastern Cape) 30 December to the 1 January, which includes a special performance with Katherine Jenkins singing with her extraordinary voice live under the African sky .

Both these events will be exceptional and we are limited to the number of rooms we have available. The full experience, which alongside enjoying the wonderful voice of Katherine in a wild environment at dusk, includes a carefully compiled conservation programme to celebrate the Wilderness Foundation Africa’s 50th birthday, all luxury accommodation, meals, drink, game drives and fireside storytelling ‘leave some for the Honey Badger’ at a rate per couple of R100 000 ($7500). The majority of the package rate will be a donation to WFA and its projects.

Background on Katherine Jenkins OBE and Andrew Levitas

Welsh Superstar Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins OBE, and Hollywood Filmmaker, Artist and Professor at New York University Andrew Levitas, are proud Patrons of Wilderness Foundation Global.

Katherine, often referred to as a ’National Treasure’, has fourteen Number 1 classical albums and has officially sold the most classical albums this century so far. She is a favourite of the Royal family and also spends much of her time contributing to her considerable charitable efforts. Levitas’ latest directing project, the film Minamata, which he also wrote, stars Johnny Depp. The film follows photojournalist W. Eugene Smith (Depp) who travels to the Japanese coastal town of Minamata to expose corporate negligence and government cover-ups by documenting one of the world’s greatest environmental disasters.

Availability:

SANBONA WILDLIFE RESERVE

15 rooms have been made available of which there are 6 rooms are available as of 25 July 2022.
COST: R100 000 ($7500) per couple – the majority of the package rate will be a donation to WFA and its projects.

BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT: reservations.manager@sanbona.com

SHAMWARI PRIVATE GAME RESERVE

30 rooms have been made available of which there are 15 rooms available as of 25 July 2022.
COST: R100 000 ($7500) per couple – the majority of the package rate will be a donation to WFA and its projects.
BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT: reservations.manager@shamwari.com

 

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