Totalling in excess of 84 000 acres in the majestic Limpopo Province of South Africa that hosts 23 different species including Cape Buffalo, Leopard, Roan and Sable. The Limpopo area is known for Mopane bushveld, huge Baobab trees and rocky outcrops that adds to excellent hunting and to the uniqueness of this area. We have also decided to put 27 000 acres aside strictly for bow hunting since the number of bow hunting clients increase every season.
Located on the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains and about an hour’s drive from the Kruger National Park boundary. This area is perfectly located to combine hunting with some photographic and sightseeing activities. The non-hunters can enjoy the spectacular views of the Blyde River canyon as well as visit places like: God’s Window, The Potholes, Elephant Whispers (elephant rides) Cheetah Project or the animal rehabilitation center of which all is within reasonable driving distance form the hunting area.
Mauricedale private reserve
Located in the Mpumalanga province. 25 000 acres on the boundary of Kruger National Park. One of the most picturesque areas in South Africa with Buffalo, White and Black Rhino roaming freely and an abundance of plains game adds to the magnificent beauty of this area.
Trophy hunting is available year round in South Africa, although our summer months (Nov through Feb ) tend to be very hot and is also our rainy season. The best period is from March through end October. Due to the vastness of all the areas, the locating of game is done by travelling in a Land Cruiser hunting vehicle from where all hunting is done on foot. Find out more about South Africa Hunting and South Africa Hunting Prices by getting in touch with Graham Sales Safaris.