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African Wildlife Conservation

Get the opportunity to preserve wildlife and enjoy living on a 240 000-acre Big-5 and Malaria Free private game reserve in South Africa’s Kalahari Desert. The project offers a true perspective of the problems facing African Wildlife, and allows guests to give something back to the continent’s conservation efforts. Break free from tourists and time limits as you follow animals in their natural habitat in this once in a lifetime conservation experience!

Explore South Africa’s largest private Big-5 reserve!

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Predator Research

Based on the ecological needs of the reserve, we are participating in continuous monitoring of population...

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Camera Traps

Placing and monitoring camera traps to conduct scientific research and animal identification (e.g. a wild dog’s unique ...

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Game Counts

Conduct regular game surveys to monitor the distribution and sex and age ratios in all the reserve’s wildlife...

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Vegetation Surveys

The reserve's ecologist has set a programme in motion to monitor changes in fauna and flora. Over sixty randomly selected sites...

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Nocturnal Species

The reserve is home to some incredible nocturnal species such as; Aardvark, Aardwolf, Bat-Eared and Cape Foxes, ....

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Anti Poaching

Due to the ongoing poaching crisis plaguing South Africa, we offer guests the chance to contribute to the anti-poa...

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Conservation Camp

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Luxury camping and glamping in the kalahari

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Pangolin Release

Pangolin Release We are thrilled to share the news of a rescued pangolin that was recently released onto the reserve. !Khamab Kalahari...

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