This private game reserve, situated in Limpopo Province, covers prime big-game territory and enjoys panoramic views of the nearby Drakensberg mountain range, and is only 40 km from the Kruger National Park. It is also central to the scenic areas of Mpumalanga and Limpopo Provinces.
As a result of a successful animal
relocation programme, the reserve now supports a wide variety
of game including elephant, buffalo, rhinoceros, giraffe, zebra,
blue wildebeest, waterbuck, kudu and many other species of antelope.
Predators include lion, leopard, cheetah, spotted hyena and many
smaller species. Bird watching is most rewarding and more than 350 species have
The reserve has gained a reputation as a centre for wildlife management
and research. Although tourism features prominently,
it is the aim of the owner and her team to maintain a balance
between the demands of tourism and conservation.
The vegetation is typical of the lowveld: mixed woodland, which
is dominated by a variety of acacia and bushwillow species, but
also includes tamboti, marula, silver clusterleaf and jackalberry.
Guests are able to join experienced rangers in open safari vehicles as they head out in search of The Big 5, and the smaller (but no less significant) creatures that are part of an African Safari. Identify the call of a bird; follow the bark of a baboon or the roar of a lion in the midst of their natural environment.
Camp Jabulani's rangers are consummate professionals. Highly experienced in guiding in the African bush, they are the perfect safari ambassadors while out in the bush.
Safaris may be arranged at any time of the day. A word of warning though…. the summer months are incredibly hot in the middle of the day! This time is best enjoyed around the cool respite of a private plunge pool with a chilled G & T in hand.
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