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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK SAFARI (PROTEA HOTEL) – MPUMALANGA
protea2.jpg Kruger National Park is seen as the top tourist attraction in South Africa. The park is 2 000 000 hectares (19 685 square Km) and forms part of the Kruger Trans-frontier Park, in conjunction with the Gonarezhou Park in Zimbabwe, and Coutada 16 in Mozambique. This makes it one of the largest parks in the world.
The park enjoys a sub-tropical climate, with annual rainfalls of 500 to 700 mm, falling between September and March. With the Kruger National Park being so vast it naturally has tremendous species diversity, such as: 114 Reptiles, 1980 Plants, 404 Trees and Shrubs, 224 types of Grass, 147 Mammals, 52 Fish, 517 Birds and 35 Amphibians. The density of permanent game is unrivalled, and provides visitors with unbelievable sights and sounds of the variety on view.
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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK- TINGA PRIVATE GAME LODGE
tinga.jpg Kruger National Park is seen as the top tourist attraction in South Africa. The park is 2 000 000 hectares (19 685 square Km) and forms part of the Kruger Trans-frontier Park, in conjunction with the Gonarezhou Park in Zimbabwe, and Coutada 16 in Mozambique. This makes it one of the largest parks in the world.
The park enjoys a sub-tropical climate, with annual rainfalls of 500 to 700 mm, falling between September and March. With the Kruger National Park being so vast it naturally has tremendous species diversity, such as: 114 Reptiles, 1980 Plants, 404 Trees and Shrubs, 224 types of Grass, 147 Mammals, 52 Fish, 517 Birds and 35 Amphibians. The density of permanent game is unrivalled, and provides visitors with unbelievable sights and sounds of the variety on view.
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MALA MALA GAME RESERVE – MPUMALANGA
mala.jpg Mala Mala Game Reserve is recognised as the premier safari destination in Southern Africa and is the leader in its field. Mala Mala’s diversified portfolio of camps has enabled this organisation to offer a vast spectrum of wildlife experiences to the discerning market. Family owned and managed for over 3 decades, this private and exclusive sanctuary has established the highest standards in all aspects of its operation.
Situated in Mpumalanga, South Africa and adjacent to the Kruger National Park, Mala Mala is part of a conservation gene pool that covers 5, 5 million acres of land with habitat types ranging from riverine thicket to open savannah. This area is known to have the greatest diversification of animal species on the African continent. Over two hundred different species occur in abundance whilst the ever changing bird life provides even the most experienced ornithologist with rare finds. Mala Mala Game Reserve is the largest privately owned game reserve in South Africa and offers unparalleled game viewing which has enthralled guests from all over the world since it embarked on its first photographic safari in 1962.
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LONDOLOZI PRIVATE GAME RESERVE – MPUMALANGA
landzola.jpg Londolozi Private Game Reserve is a 14 000-hectare (34 580 acres) exclusive safari destination situated in the heart of the famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve on the western border of the Kruger National Park in South Africa. Meaning “protector of all living things” in Zulu, Londolozi is renowned for its progressive ecotourism practices, and is one of the most sought-after safari destinations in Africa.

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SINGITA PRIVATE GAME RESERVE – MPUMALANGA
sig.jpg The Sabi Sands gets its name the perennial Sand River that bisects the reserve and the fine, sandy substrate found throughout. Globally renowned for its diversity and concentration of big game, the Sabi Sands features broad, open savannah interspersed with acacia thornveld, rocky outcrops and riverine forest.
Herds of buffalo and elephant, large prides of lion, majestic leopard and antelope by the thousands make the 18 500 hectare Singita Private Game Reserve, at the heart of the Sabi Sands, one of the finest locations for viewing the Big 5 anywhere in the world.
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MADIKWE GAME RESERVE - NORTH WEST
madikwe.jpg Madikwe Game Reserve is situated in the North West Province and is bordered by Botswana in the north, the Dwarsberg Mountains to the south, and the Marico River to the east. The diverse habitat in the reserve, from acacia savannah to riverine, ensures a unique combination of species, including wild dog, cheetah, lion, white and black rhino, buffalo and elephant. The birdlife is spectacular and it is also one of the few reserves in South Africa that is malaria free. Today some 12,000 animals live in the Madikwe Game Reserve.
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PHINDA PRIVATE GAME RESERVE – KWAZULU NATAL
pinda.jpg Phinda Private Game Reserve is situated in the lush KwaZulu-Natal region in northern South Africa. Sandwiched between Mkuze Game Reserve and the Greater St Lucia Wetland Park (a World Heritage Site), it comprises 14 000 hectares (34 000 acres) of prime conservation land and a visit here affords visitors a luxurious and unique insight into the mysteries of the African bush.
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LALIBELA GAME RESERVE - EASTERN CAPE
lali.jpg This Big Five private game reserve’s location in the Eastern Cape means it is not only malaria free but spans five eco-systems (valley bushveld, savannah grassland, fynbos, riverine forest and acacia woodland), resulting in a breathtaking diversity of plants, animals and birds.
Lalibela brings you the charm of authentic Africa and is a perfect blend of the formal and informal. Lalibela has four lodges, all offering décor that is infused with the essence of Africa, as well as warm and friendly service, exciting safari cuisine and unforgettable game viewing.

The Game Reserve now consists of 7,500 hectares (approximately 18,500 acres) and is home to the Big 5 (lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo & leopard). Lalibela is unique in the Eastern Cape in that there are no public roads running through the property. All of the animals, including the predators, are free-roaming throughout the entire reserve.
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SHAMWARI PRIVATE GAME RESERVE - EASTERN CAPE
shawani.jpg Shamwari Game Reserve, the malaria free, private game reserve situated in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, has received numerous international awards, including the World’s Leading Conservation Company and Game Reserve for many consecutive years. It is situated in verdant bush along the Bushman’s River, halfway between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown. A natural extension to the famous Garden Route.
Shamwari is about conserving a vanishing way of life and is the realisation of one man’s dream, and the success of many people’s passion.Steeped in Settler history, and dating back to the time when a multitude of game roamed wild and free, the 20 000 hectare reserve boasts five eco-systems, thus enabling the support of many forms of plant, animal and bird life. This is the ultimate African adventure and conservation effort coupled with responsible tourism.
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SANBONA WILDLIFE RESERVE - WESTERN CAPE
sandona.jpg The name Sanbona, a combination of the “San” people, who occupied the area 100 years ago and “bona” representing their vision have been combined to position this more than 54 000 hectare Little Karoo property. The sheer expanse of the open valleys, 6500 plant species, 150 bird species, rock faces, rock art and variety of wildlife make this a destination not to be missed. During the period August – October the spring flowers are colourful and varied.
One of the true joys of Sanbona is to do nothing at all in absolute luxury. But for those who choose to venture beyond the comfort of the Lodge, a world of new experiences awaits.
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TSWALU KALAHARI RESERVE
tswala.jpg Tswalu Kalahari Reserve is the largest privately-owned game reserve in South Africa. Nestling at the foot of the rugged Korannaberg, the exclusive Tswalu Motse lies on the edge of the desert wilderness known as the Kalahari. Solitude and space are the essence of Tswalu.
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OKAVANGO DELTA SAFARI - BOTSWANA
okovango.jpg Botswana offers amongst the finest wildlife experiences in the world. This country, situated in the heart of Southern Africa is comprised largely of the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta. Very different to each other they offer authenticity that ranges from dynamic wetland ecosystem to desert wilderness.
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VICTORIA FALLS – ZAMBIA
victoria.jpg Zambia: The Victoria Falls is an evocative destination - it calls to the wanderlust in all of us but for some the fascination is more pronounced, it is the call of the wild. Adventurers are enslaved by the wildest white water on the planet, trapped by the glory of an African sunset as they microlight across the plains, thrilled by one of the highest commercial bungee jumps on earth, and exhilarated by the surf of the Zambezi as they transverse the rapids. This is Africa in its truest form.
For the more discerning traveller in search of luxury, extravagance and sheer indulgence, the Royal Livingstone Hotel will set your heart on fire and soothe your soul. Set in the lush riverine belt and touching the banks of the great Zambezi River, this earthy Eden provides a secluded haven. The Hotel has imaginatively created a range of excursions for those who wish to savour Zambia's unique and inspired natural resources.
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