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Kapama Private Game Reserve

Kapama Game Reserve is in Limpopo Province, occupying an area between the northern Drakensberg Mountains and the Greater Kruger National Park. Kapama is made up of over 13000 hectares and is home to all the big 5 as well as many other large mammal species and a huge diversity of birds. A game relocation programme was introduced and has been very successful as the reserve really does have a wide diversity of game now.

It is the largest single-owner game reserve in the region, proclaimed a private nature reserve in December 1993.

There are 4 camps / lodges in the Reserve and they can accommodate a total of 208 people between them. It is an ideal location as Hoedspruit airport is just a few minutes drive from the reserve. Kapama also include free airport transfers in open safari vehicle direct to any of the 4 lodges in the reserve; Kapama Lodge, River Lodge, Karula lodge or Buffalo camp.

All 4 of Kapama’s camps and lodges give guests the opportunity to have close encounters with the African animals in the area. There is also the opportunity to have an elephant back safari, visit Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre or do a birding or sundowner cruise over and above your inclusive daily game drives and/or bush walks.


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