Associated Private Nature Reserves Wildlife
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Associated Private Nature Reserves Scenery

Associated Private Nature Reserves

The APNR is home to Africa’s dangerous Big 5 and is situated in the heart of South Africa’s wildlife Eden.

Travel is easy as it is only a 50 minutes commercial flight from Johannesburg to the national airport which is 12 miles from the reserve. This APNR (Associated Private Nature Reserve) is part of the Greater Kruger National Park and within the Savannah Biome of South Africa.

It totals approximately 445,000 acres and is made up of a conglomerate of fenceless private properties open to the Kruger National Park, which allows free wildlife movement through the area. The terrain is undulating with altitudes ranging between 300 to 500 metres above sea level.

There is only limited quota available for buffalo, lion, and elephant limited to 60lbs. No plains game may be hunted here, however, we do have concessions in the near vicinity where we hunt various antelope.

There are a few accommodation options available within the reserve. Hunting the APNR is one of the most rewarding safaris. The ambiance of true bushveld, an abundance of game and the secluded accommodation available make these safaris a memorable one.

APNR Facts

  • Size445,000 acres
  • TerrainMopane sandveld with bushveld trees and savannah grasslands
  • Accessibility10 miles from Hoedspruit Airport (HDS)
  • AccommodationVaries from luxury lodge with all guest amenities to canvas tented bush camp
  • Malaria Area

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