History and Location
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The Zulu name Thula Thula literally means peace and tranquility...
Thula Thula, with its centuries of cultural and wildlife heritage, takes pride in tracing back it's origin to the
private hunting grounds of King Shaka, founder of the Zulu Empire.
The first historic meeting between Shaka and his father (Senzangakhona), which set the stage for the
creation of the Zulu Nation, took place at the Nseleni River at Thula Thula.
The 4500 ha private game reserve Thula Thula. is situated only 45 minutes from Richards Bay harbour and airport, and less than 2 hours drive from Durban. There is a 700m airstrip on the property.
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Family owned and operated, Thula Thula is administered to the highest ethical standards,
in keeping with modern conservation methods for the protection and enhancement of it´s indigenous and endangered species...
Lawrence is the author of three books : Babylon's Ark, the incredible wartime rescue of the Baghdad Zoo, and his latest book, released in South Africa in August 2009,
The Elephant Whisperer, the extraordinary story of one man's to save his herd.
This book is the beautiful story of the Thula Thula herd of elephants, since their arrival in August 1999.
The Last Rhinos, his last book, the powerful story of one man's battle to save a species.
BOOKS BY LAWRENCE ANTHONY
ENGLISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN AND GERMAN TRANSLATIONS
A new book, written by Lawrence's co-writer Graham Spence
Lawrence's co-author Graham Spence has just finished a book - a bitter-sweet moment for him as it's the first one he's published without Lawrence. It's an adventure-fishing novel called The Apocalypse Chase. Link is http://www.amazon.com/The-Apocalypse-Chase-ebook/dp/B008TXBV3U