Giraffe, zebra, antelope, roan, sable, hippo and gemsbok can all be viewed in the reserve’s thick woodlands, while lions are kept in a special 100 hectare enclosure in the middle of the reserve. Visitors can watch the lions being fed on Sunday mornings between 10h00 and 11h00. Other activities include guided day and night tours, game viewing by mountain bike or birdwatching on horseback to name a few. With over 30 different mammal species and over 200 bird species, the Krugersdorp Game Reserve is definitely worth a visit. To find out more about the Krugersdorp Game Reserve click here.
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The Krugersdorp Game Reserve is a small, intimate reserve that offers visitors a true African safari experience. Located on Johannesburg’s West Rand, the reserve caters for those who want to view game and four of the Big Five without the hassle of travelling to a major national park.
Venue Name:Krugersdorp Game Reserve
R24 Rustenburg Road, Krugersdorp, Gauteng, 1739.
Opening Hours:Monday - Sunday: 08h00 - 17h00
:Reserves and Parks
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 50 reviews
My husband & I decided to visit the Krugersdorp Game Reserve this last Saturday. The staff were very friendly & helpful. We went mainly to see the animals, and we were not disappointed. Spending a...
According to the guard the place has been under new management since April, there is no place to stay, there is no kiosk, there is nothing that was promised on the websites that I visited to find out...
We love to go cycling in the reserve. There are so many roads, you can cycle for hours and the uphill roads are quite taxing. It's lovely to go early morning and see hundreds of buck running across...