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EExplore our fascinating wildlife ecology in the wide open, pristine and natural environments  when you visit one of these phenomenal nature and game reserves.

 MalaMala Game Reserve, Mpumalanga

MalaMala has become something of a byword when it comes to luxury game lodges. It has met many standards in that respect, and few can beat its Big Five wildlife sightings, thanks, in part, to a long, unfenced border with the Kruger National Park.

 Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, Limpopo

Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, situated next to the Kruger National Park, is home to a dozen of South Africa’s best luxury game lodges. Famous for the sporadic birth of rare white lions – still ongoing – the reserve was created by 50 forward-thinking individuals in 1956.

Did You Know?
TThe Sabi Sand is the oldest game reserve in South Africa, formally declared in 1948.

 Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Mpumalanga

The Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve is renowned as a haven for the Big Five and for luxury game lodges of international standing. The reserve’s lush vegetation adjoins the Kruger National Park, and fences have been dropped. The wild animals cross back and forth, following ancient migration paths parallel to the Sabie River.

TTswalu Kalahari Private Game Reserve, Northern Cape

The Tswalu Kalahari Private Game Reserve, owned by the Oppenheimer family, has two exceptional camps – Motse and Tarkuni. The reserve is home to a variety of wildlife, including cheetah, buffalo, meerkats, giraffe and black-maned lions, as well as many rarer species such as pangolin, aardvark, aardwolf and mountain zebra. Experience it on horseback, on foot, or in a 4x4 game-viewing vehicle. Your soul will be touched by its beauty.

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