10 reasons why you should explore the Kapama Game Reserve

29 August 2016
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Spreading for over 13,000 hectares, the Kapama Game Reserve in South Africa’s Limpopo province is an excellent African safari destination, boasting the Big Five species and a massive variety of other wildlife.

Birdwatching is at it’s best in the Kapama Game Reserve, as it’s home to an estimated 350 species of birds. If you’re planning a South African safari, here are 10 reasons why you should explore the Kapama Game Reserve.




“You know you’re in a good place when you stopped looking back. You prefer to enjoy the journey.” Karen Salmansohn

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We followed the lioness and her cubs from the waterhole. #kapama #africansafari #lions https://ow.ly/dJkY3029X4t

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How long do you think, it takes for a giraffe to reach down with its long neck, to have a drink? #africansafari

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A golden moment at Kapama as a herd of buffaloes pass our game drive vehicle. #big5safari

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An elephant's emotions are a lot like ours. Do you agree?

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Imagine this lion is walking towards you...What is your first reaction? #afrcansafari #bucketlist #kapamareserve

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Spotting wildlife with the Drakensberg Mountains in the near distance. #kapama #wildlife

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Strikingly Beautiful Zebra at a waterhole https://ow.ly/dksB3014KZN #Wanderlust #bucketlist #safariworld

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Who ever said lions can't climb trees, have never been to Kapama Game Reserve. https://ow.ly/3A9h302NYdj

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