Thursday, 23 June 2016

442 | Not only wild horses


Klein-Aus Vista's attractive setting in the surround of granitic-gneiss koppies, expansive panoramas across the plains of the Pro-Namib to the purple-blue mountains in the distance and friendly staff make it an appealing base to stay while passing through or exploring the area.

Twenty kilometers away, the wild horses and if you are very lucky the secretive and endangered spotted hyena can be viewed at the Garub viewpoint right in the formerly restricted diamond area, the Sperrgebiet.

Klein Aus Vista supports the protection of both these species, the wild horses and the spotted hyena.

But for Klein Aus Vista it's not only about guests, wild horses and spotted hyenas, but also about supporting the Kabouterland Kindergarten AUS in the nearby situated settlement of Aus. The capacity is for up to fifty children between the age of two to five years old. For remaining enrolled some neglected children depend upon funding. Tables, toys, computers, printers and further items are few and insufficient and also depend on ad-hoc assistance and donations where Klein Aus Vista continuously supports. Klein Aus Vista believes that the Kabouterland is a valuable institution in the Aus community, focusing on the young generation and laying the foundation for many social and manual skills.

This vista of beauty and sustainable tourism is also home of many wild garden 
birds due to a bird friendly garden.

Klein Aus Vista earned a three penguin-rated Welfare, Conservation and Tourism Support 2016 Award from BirdsConTour.

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