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Life is Wild. Discussing the survival of an ecolodge business after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic

Life is Wild. Discussing the survival of an ecolodge business after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic

By : Steve Noakes

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1 Comment

  1. I would love to hear what Steve has to say, but I can’t get the audio to work on the slide-show.
    I stayed at Rimba Lodge in October 2022 after spending five nights on the river. A lot had changed in the area since my last visit in 2013. It was very disappointing to see three domestic cats at Rimba Lodge (among other place in Tanjung National Park). I would be particularly interested to hear from Steve and Gede for their opinion on cats in such a delicate ecosystem, bearing in mind the devastation cats have caused in Australia.

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