South Africa's largest private game reserve spanning over 114,000 hectares on the edge of the Kalahari Desert, the Tswalu Kalahari Private Game Reserve is one of the most remotest wildlife reserves home to some of the most unique fauna and flora that has adapted to the desolate and semi-arid landscapes of dry savanna and dunes amidst the sheltering green hills of the Korannaberg Mountains. Completely private and exclusive, this is a safari experience like none other where the space and horizon feels infinite and where the fascinating wildlife here adapts to the environment employing its natural abilities to its fullest.
Why Tswalu Kalahari Game Reserve?
More than 80 species of mammals and over 240 species of bird life can be found in the intoxicating landscape of the Kalahari. Set against the Korannaberg mountain range, the semi-arid region is home to a rich biodiversity system and a rich game viewing experience particularly the larger and black manes of the lions endemic to the Kalahari, the interesting meerkat colonies, the endangered black rhino as well as zebras, kudus, giraffes, oryx, cheetahs, pangolins, hyenas, aardvark, wildebeest, African wild dog, leopard and more.