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KLASERIE PRIVATE NATURE RESERVE

Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is part of the Greater Kruger Park and also shares an unfenced border with Kruger National Park, Timbavati as well as other private game reserves.  
 
Situated near Hoedspruit in Limpopo Province, the Klaserie is one of the top wildlife safari destinations in South Africa. This region between the Drakensberg and Kruger National Park is rich on species diversity and is also home to all of Africa’s large mammals.  
 
The Klaserie has a number of luxury safari game lodges and visitors to Klaserie can expect an unforgettable and unique wildlife experience. The Big 5 mammals that occur here are without a doubt very exciting to see, but the African Bush is diverse and varied with countless other animals and birds that will enhance any visitor’s safari. Although the Big 5 are a major attraction, safaris in this wild region also concentrate on the bush and its ecosystems, with the added excitement of getting involved in the tracking of Africa’s big game. 
 
Klaserie Private Nature Reserve forms part of the Associated Private Nature Reserves with no fences between the various private parks and The Kruger National Park.
 
The variety of Fauna and Flora found in this region include about 500 species of birds, more than 118 reptile species, more than 30 amphibians, more than 235 grasses, more than 336 tree species and several thousands of insect species. Besides these, there are more than 50 species of fish and more than 145 mammal species.  
 
Note: Photos courtesy of nDzuti Safari Camp, Wildlife Encounters and Safari Link.