Kaadoo Wolves' Lair-North America Edition Board Game




Unique features this launch brings


  • Artistically designed game board.

  • Approved by World Wildlife Fund [WWF] India.

  • Educational wildlife safari board game.

  • A handcrafted wooden dice.

  • 100 game cards with paintings by master artists.

  • Colorful, safari-jeep pawns crafted by India's top wooden toy makers.


Unpack the game and have a great time!




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Be the first to collect all the big animals hidden in the pack. The charismatic but elusive Wolf cards will be high on your mind, as you outmaneuver your opponents even while discovering other beautiful animals of North America.

  • Fun and educational wildlife safari board game for children and the whole family. Ideally suited for children aged 6 to 12 years.
  • One-of-a-kind board game created by wildlife photographer and enthusiast Diinesh Kumble; approved and co-branded by the World Wildlife Fund [WWF] India.
  • A game for everyone, offering hours of group play, driving through the jungle, discovering amazing wild beasts and facing the ups and downs of a safari.
  • Offers quick set up and easy understanding for kids and yet involves strategic thinking on the use of cards to alter game status.
  • Educates children on the flora and fauna and develops in them a taste for nature and wildlife.
  • Makes a unique and outstanding gift.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight (Kgs) 0.8500
Country of Manufacture India
Brand Kaadoo
Colour Multi
Material Paper Board
Age Group 3+ Year
Awards & Certifications Parents' Choice RECOMMENDED award from PCF, USA
Board Length (cm) 60.96
Board Width (cm) 60.96
Sales Package One board game - Wolves' Lair-North America Edition Board Game

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