Beautiful wedding at Makulu dam

By Morné Hamlyn on February 25, 2011

Liza Vickers, the sales and marketing manager of Seasons in Africa chose Kings Camp as her wedding venue…

…she became Mrs. Liza Coetzee when she and Meyer Coetzee got married on the 18th February 2011.

Congratulations!! And may you have many happy and wonderful years together.

En route to the venue we drove past a few rather pleasant surprizes. Look at the pictures below to see how special that was!!
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Yep! That’s right. White Rhino and WHITE LIONS en route!
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Photography: Mbhandzu 2011, Morné’ Hamlyn


11 thoughts on “Beautiful wedding at Makulu dam

  1. Well Morné, if you ever get tired of being a Ranger you can always make a living taking wedding photographs! Absolutely stunning!

    Best wishes to you and Melissa and all at Kings Camp


  2. Congrats and best wishes to the happy couple! What a beautiful wedding photo album they will have…thanks Morné.

    Stay well, stay safe.

    Kindest regards,


  3. Happiness for You dear Liza and Your husband. Congratulations from Meinersen. What a beautiful couple and an exciting wedding place – between lions and elephants.

    M?ge Euer Leben auch so sein – sch?n, gl?cklich und spannend.

    Liebe Gr??e

    Ulrike und Achim, Oma Erika,

    Patricia und Sebastian

  4. Baie Geluk! n Nuwe begin en opgewonde tydperk wat voorle…

    Ons wens julle al die liefde en geluk toe.

    Van die ander Coetzees, Elfranco, Elana en kinders.

  5. Can’t think of a better place to marry! And what a beautiful couple u make!

    Gelukwensen an jullie… en veel geluk toe. (Sorry, my Dutch/Africans is a bit rusty.)

    Timbivati and Kings Camp are my favorite places on to Camarillo, CA, so I think u made the perfect place to say your vows.



  6. I love wedding Videos, I think they are underrated. My husband is a Sydney wedding videographer so I have seen many different weddings from many different nationalities and I enjoy watching them. Most people think that the photography is most important, now it is very important and it is a wonderful memory, but it isn?t alive like a video is. The photo?s don?t capture the words spoken on the day such as the wedding vows, the messages from guests as the tables are videoed and the beautiful speeches that bring so much laughter and tears to my eyes. When I see my husband edit footage and I watch the speeches they almost always make me cry. As a wife and a mum I know that the wedding is only one day in your life but I still remember it as one of the best days of my life, and when my daughter is older I can?t wait to show it to her. It was also important for us to have a video so that we could share it with our friends and family overseas that couldn?t be here to celebrate with us.

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