Welgevonden Private Game Reserve is a 38,200 ha game reserve in the Waterberg District of Limpopo Province in South Africa. It is part of the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve and one of the most accessible malaria free wilderness reserves.
The Reserve is in a mountainous terrain with magnificent red sandstone cliffs, perennial rivers, deep valleys and open savannas. Welgevonden has the Big Five and other mammals which includes the aardwolf, pangolin, cheetah, leopard, brown hyena and aardvark as well as many antelope and over 300 bird species of which the rare Blue cranes breed early in the year. Welgevonden Private Game Reserve has one of the largest white rhino populations of any private reserve in Africa.
Welgevonden Private Game Reserve is only two and a half hours drive from Johannesburg or a 45 minutes flight. Activities includes stargazing evenings, bushman paintings, game drives, bird watching and massage treatments in the privacy of your suite. Welgevonden accommodation consists of exclusive commercial and private South African safari lodges which are secluded and hidden from the other lodges on this vast reserve. Some lodges are limited to only 10 guests. The game drives allows for a restricted number of vehicles only that spans over the entire sanctuary.
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