Game Reserves in South Africa

Addo Elephant National Park

In 1931 the Addo Elephant National Park  was declared a preservation area for elephants, this was at a time when just 11 Elephant roamed the area. Today, however, over 450 Elephant makes the Park its home. Addo Elephant National Park is set deep within the dense valley bushveld of the Sundays River region of the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Addo is one of the few places where you can see the Big Seven - Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo , Leopard, Whale and the Great White Shark!

 

Augrabies Falls National Park

Augrabies is derived from the Khoi name for 'place of the Great Noise'. It is renowned as one of the world’s largest waterfalls.

The area is very arid and only the strongest can survive in this ruggedly beautiful part of South Africa. This is an area rich in stunning scenery and African Wildlife, as well as the unforgettable sights and sounds of the Falls

 

Balule Private Nature Reserve

The Balule Private Nature Reserve was created when a few enterprising farm owners decided to drop the game fences between their farms.

This vast Nature Reserve is home to the Big Five and world famous for its abundance of animals and birdlife. 

 
Golden Gate Highlands National Park

When the sun shines down on the natural sandstone cliffs of the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, casting brilliant shades of red and gold, it is not difficult to see where this beautiful park got its name from. Just look at the imposing Brandwag Rock glittering gold and you will know.  This park lies sheltered in the rolling foothills of the Maluti Mountains of the north eastern Free State.

 

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal

One of the oldest and most prestigious wildlife reserves in South Africa, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, is located just 280km north of Durban. This large wildlife reserve has a tropical climate and offers phenomenal game viewing. Combine this with the warm Indian ocean and you have a perfect Beach & Bush Holiday 

 

iSimangaliso Wetlands Park (St. Lucia Wetlands)

One of the largest estuarine systems in Africa, The Greater St. Lucia Wetland area (newly named iSimangaliso Wetlands Park), is one of South Africa's oldest nature reserves and is today a World Heritage Site.

 

Kapama Private Game Reserve

Kapama Private Game Reserve occupies a vast area between the northern Drakensberg mountains and the Greater Kruger National Park. It is the largest single-owner game reserve in the region, and is perfectly situated to receive guests flying into Eastgate Airport (Hoedspruit). Kapama has all the Big Five African animals in abundance. 

 

Kruger National Park

Everyone loves a good dramatic play and the Kruger National Park, one of Africa's top three safari destinations, is renowned for its nail-biting natural dramas all played out on a stage rich with natural backdrops such as savannah, forest, river and mountain. The cast - Africa finest - Lions, Leopards, Buffalo, Rhino, Elephants and thousands of other animals. Who needs television?

 

Lebombo Concession

The Lebombo Concession represents one of the few remaining unexplored territories of the celebrated Kruger National Park wildlife sanctuary. 

 

Lwakhahle Concession

Lukimbi Safari Lodge is in an excellent location, situated on a Kruger National Park concession, known as the Lwakhahle Concession.