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DDronfield Nature Reserve is about 10km outside Kimberley on the N12. The reserve has belonged to De Beers since 1888, but it was only proclaimed a nature reserve in 2004. The size is 12 000 hectares of Kalahari mixed-bushveld. Accommodation - six serviced self-catering chalets are available. Three family units each sleep two adults and two children comfortably, while three standard units each sleep two adults. All units are fully equipped. Conference facility and swimming pool on property. Dronfield is home to a breeding colony of White-backed Vultures, which has been extensively researched for over 20 years. A vulture restaurant has been established on the reserve to enable visitors to watch these enormous birds at close range. The reserve is stocked with herds of eland, gemsbok, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, zebra and kudu, along with springbok, impala, duiker and steenbok, roan and sable.