Kruger National Park's unfenced neighbour, home to the Big 5 and private stays
Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is one of South Africa’s largest privately owned nature reserves, spanning an impressive 60.000 ha of wilderness. Established in 1972 as part of the Greater Kruger National Park, nature conservation lies at the core of the nature reserve's mission. Home to 3 wildlife initiatives namely the Ground Hornbill Project, Rhino Protection, and The Elephant Project, the philosophy at Klaserie centres on keeping the reserve as pristine of an environment as possible. With about 500 species of bird, over 145 mammals, including the Big 5, and more than 118 reptile species, game drives at Klaserie are sure to bring excitement to all.
Enjoy early morning bird watching while on a game walk with Klaserie's skilled rangers.
Experience nocturnal wildlife like never before with a riveting night game drive.
Stay on your toes while learning to read the signs of the wild on a walking safari.
Enjoy an authentic boma dinner around a roaring fire under twinkling stars with good company.
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Best time to go to Klaserie Private Nature Reserve
The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is a year-round destination. Spring and summer are rainy seasons, with the bush being notably lush and green. Many animals give birth at this time of year, and during summer, visiting migrant bird species can also be seen. Autumn and winter (April to August) are dry, meaning the bush is less dense and animals visit the waterholes in front of camps more often due to water scarcity. Travellers will enjoy warm and sunny days with cooler nights during this season.
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Africa on Foot
A solar-powered safari lodge located within the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve