The Makuleke Concession is not accessible to the ordinary tourist visiting the park. This area belongs to the Makuleke community, who were removed in 1968. After a lengthy process, however, it was finally returned to the community in 1998 in what was a historical event for South Africa.
Set right up against the northern border of South Africa, uniting Botswana and Zimbabwe, lies an extensive savannah landscape situated at the meeting place of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers. This is the land of sandstone formations, mopane woodlands, brooding baobabs, ancient floodplains and unique riverine forests that form a dramatic backcloth for the wealth […]
Situated on a Big 5 private game reserve in the Greater Kruger area, this is one of the finest places on earth for viewing and photographing wildlife. Experienced rangers host guests on game drives and bush walks for close sightings of predators and other iconic African species living wild.
The Limpopo Province Nylsvley Nature Reserve is managed by Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism. Limpopo Tourism Agency is responsible for hospitality.
The trails are laid out on the forestry estate, but most of the walking is through magnificent sub-tropical, indigenous forest, over craggy ravines and alongside cascading waterfalls, pristine mountains streams, river dams. The Magoebaskloof area is home to tropical weather, rivers and waterfalls and tons of activities for the whole family.
The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre is a unique African wildlife facility focusing on conservation and the sustainability of rare, vulnerable and threatened species. Take your time and enjoy the beautiful creatures you will encounter here.
Enjoy the unique view between the Acacia trees after a private guided game drive in this exclusive game reserve, which is home to the Big 5. A luxury escape with opportunity for various close up encounters with wildlife.
The Kruger National Park is vast and home to the Big 5 as well as thousands of other species that are protected and roam freely. Enjoy a game drive with up-close encounters of wild animals. Don’t get out of your vehicle though!