A serene sanctuary on an unblemished tract of the Green Kalahari in the Northern Cape. A unique and rewarding wilderness safari experience on 16 000ha features safari drives, nature paddles, birding and interactive conservation experiences.
As the largest Private Game Reserve in South Africa, Tswalu Kalahari stretches over an area of 100 000 hectares.
Kudu, wildebees, springbuck, hartebees, buffalo, zebra and warthog are among the creatures that roam this Kalahari wilderness. Vacillating between Kalahari, Nama Karoo and Karoo mountain vegetation, the reserves rich biodiversity supports a wide variety of fauna.
Rooipoort, established in 1893 is one of the oldest conservation areas in South Africa. Only 50km’s from Kimberley, this reserve boasts diverse types of plains game and three of Southern Africa’s major ecological systems, namely the Karoo and Kalahari scrub and grasslands.
Four star luxury tented accommodation, game viewing by helicopter, quad bike or vehicle. Outstanding cuisine and all round excellent Kalahari bushveld experience. In 1990, veterinarian and commercial helicopter pilot Dr JC Kriek purchased a cattle farm in the Northern Cape and began the process of transformation into a Game reserve and Rehabilitation Centre.
Situated approximately 70 km south-west of Kimberley and west of the N12 freeway to Cape Town, Imbasa Safari is a pristine Safari Lodge bordering Mokala National Park, nestled in the shade of indigenous Camelthorn trees. Come and experience Africa at its finest, with great game viewing and amazing birdlife.
Just outside Barkley West and only 40 minutes from Kimberley, this oasis in the Northern Cape is a place of silence and solitude, where rhino, giraffe, the rare sable antelope and others roam peacefully in the bushveld, with the occasional cry of the African Fish Eagle breaking the silence.