Mthethomusha Game Reserve
Mthethomusha Game Reserve embraces 8 000 hectares of unspoiled nature. Situated on the south western border of the Kruger National Park, it is home to Africa's big five as well as an exceptional array of birds. The reserve consists of a rugged terrain and a diversity of interesting ecosystems, which provide shelter to a variety of species which include kudu, giraffe, zebra, sable and nyala. Guests will experience a cultural reawakening with guided nature walks, whilst exploring the wealth of San rock art sites located in the area. Walk the ancient paths once used by the San people, with over 250 recorded San rock art sites. Estimated to be 1 500 years old, this is the greatest concentration of recorded rock art per square metre on earth. Visits to nearby villages provide guests with insight into the culture of the local people. Enjoy magnificent views of the bush and mountains. Situated near the famous Kruger National Park, the reserve also boasts an array of exquisite wildlife species. Activities include exhilarating game drives, exciting adventure walks, cultural adventures with visits to nearby villages and experiencing the nocturnal world on night game drives.