The reserve is privately managed and owned since 1974 by a family who are passionate about wild Africa and its wildlife and who are pioneers in the South African conservation industry. The reserve is in excess of 56 000 acres of continuous wild Africa which is home to four of Africa’s Big 5 (Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard and White Rhino) and it is carefully managed to ensure that the reserve maintains its natural ecological integrity.With Mopane and Acacia shrub, huge mountains, massive Baobab trees, dry riverbeds and some open plains areas and with more than 8 000 head of African game this is without a doubt one of Southern Africa’s prime conservation areas. Our luxurious camp is designed for privacy and comprises of 5 double rooms, all with on suite bathrooms, electricity and all necessary amenities. Our guests will enjoy 5-star cuisine either in the central dining area or around the campfire at night. Our camp also offers a beautifully appointed open lounge area where one can relax after a hard days hunting(wi-fi available)We also offer exceptional bow hunting with permanent bow blinds that are large enough to hold up to 5 people. Blinds are strategically built at watering holes with shooting distances that range between 5-25 yards.Species available for hunting:Baboon, Black-backed Jackal, Blue Wildebeest, Cape Buffalo, Common Duiker, Eland, Gemsbok, Giraffe, Kudu (Southern Greater), Impala, Klipspringer, Nyala, Red Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Sable, Steenbok, Tsessebe, Warthog, Waterbuck, Zebra – Hartmann’s AND Burchell’s.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What animals can be hunted at Tshipise Nature Reserve?
There is a variety of wildlife species that can be hunted at Tshipise Wildlife Reserve, including but not limited to Baboon, Black-backed Jackal, Blue Wildebeest, Cape Buffalo, Common Duiker, Eland, Gemsbok, Giraffe, Kudu (Southern Greater), Impala, Klipspringer, Nyala, Red Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, Sable, Steenbok, Tsessebe, Warthog, Waterbuck, and Zebra – both Hartmann’s and Burchell’s.
What type of accommodation is available while hunting at Tshipise Nature Reserve?
A luxurious camp provides a lavish experience with a focus on seclusion, featuring five double rooms each with en-suite bathrooms, electricity, and essential facilities. Guests can indulge in five-star dining either at the central dining area or by the campfire in the evenings. Additionally, our camp includes a stunningly furnished open lounge area where guests can unwind after a long day of hunting (with access to Wi-Fi).
Is bow hunting allowed at Tshipise Nature Reserve?
Yes, permanent bow blinds at Tshipise Nature Reserve offer an exceptional bow hunting experience. Strategically built at watering holes, these blinds are spacious enough to accommodate up to 5 people and provide shooting distances ranging from 5-25 yards.
Where is Tshipise Nature Reserve located?
Tshipise Wildlife Reserve is located in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, near the town of Tshipise. It is situated approximately 400 km (250 miles) north of Johannesburg and about 35 km (22 miles) south of the Zimbabwean border.