Kapama Private Game Reserve is ideally set between the northern Drakensberg mountains and the Greater Kruger National Park, in the Limpopo Province. The reserve is characterised by rolling savannah grasslands and riverine forests, boasting approximately 15.000 ha of spectacular topographical diversity. As a Big 5 nature reserve, travellers can look forward to thrilling sightings of wildlife in its purest form.

Kapama Private Game Reserve is ideally set between the northern Drakensberg mountains and the Greater Kruger National Park, in the Limpopo Province. The reserve is characterised by rolling savannah grasslands and riverine forests, boasting approximately 15.000 ha of spectacular topographical diversity. In addition to being a Big 5 nature reserve, Kapama supports more than 42 mammal species and about 350 bird species. Safari goers and avid bird watchers can look forward to thrilling sightings of wildlife at the Kapama Game Reserve.

Highlights

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Take a photographic workshop and learn the ins and outs of wildlife photography.
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Fall asleep to the crackles of the wilderness under starry skies with a romantic sleepout.
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See the Big 5 up close with a riveting early morning game drive.
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Learn about medicinal plants, insects, and birdlife on a bush walk with Kapama’s skilled rangers.

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Best time to go to Kapama Private Game Reserve

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The summer months of October to April run hot and humid in the Kapama Game Reserve. Known as the wet season, afternoon storms are a normal occurrence with temperatures that can ascend to over 40°C. The average daytime temperature usually reaches about 30°C. The mild winter months, from May to September, are part of the dry season. There is virtually no rainfall in the winter, so expect animals to come out of the dry bush and congregate around waterholes and rivers, making it the ideal time for game viewing.

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