Timbavati Game Reserve…
We’re wild about the Timbavati – part of the Kruger where animals have the space to move freely…
The Timbavati Nature Reserve (TPNR) comprises 53,392 hectares of private game reserve land adjoining the Kruger National Park (KNP). Since 1962, the Timbavati Reserve has been dedicated to conservation by maintaining the biodiversity of species. Currently, there are over 40 mammal species in the Timbavati private game reserve, including the Big Five of Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant as well as 360 species of bird life. The Timbavati Reserve is located in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
Large tracts of land in the northern portion of the Lowveld were never permanently settled by man, and the lands now comprising the Timbavati Reserve were barely touched, and are still only lightly inhabited. This part of South Africa’s bushveld private game reserve, may therefore be regarded as truly unspoiled and deserves recognition as truly wild land, as opposed to the “restored” and “restocked” lands commonly found elsewhere.
There are numerous advantages to booking a safari in the Timbavati Private Reserve:
- enjoy day & night drives in open safari vehicles on your Timbavati safari
- we are permitted to drive off-road for special sightings
- we are able to walk on foot to track animals
- Our concession area within this beautiful Timbavati reserve allows us to offer an authentic safari experience, in a true wilderness area.