If you love the wildlife diversity offered by the Kruger National Park, but you dislike the queues and the full lodges, Klaserie is perfect. The reserve is isolated from the overflowing visitors that frequent the national park and larger reserves, but the animals migrate freely across the fenceless borders.
Expertly guided game drives and bush walks are offered daily and are sure to be the highlights of your visit to the reserve. The guides are extremely knowledgeable and passionate. Klaserie is well-known for its Eco Children organization, which educate children from the local community on conservation. Another ongoing research and conservation effort that guests can become more acquainted with at the reserve are the Ground Hornbill Project. The ground hornbills have been elevated to endangered species status.
Klaserie Private Nature Reserve offers to view different types of birds. Africa's highest level of endemism in the most accessible setting: 185 bird species are endemic or near endemic to southern Africa. You will be able not only see this beautiful creature but also take a memorable photo.
A safari holiday in Klaserie is filled with a number of exhilarating experiences during both the day and night. Returning to your camp after that you are greeted with the enticing sight of beautifully presented dining tables all encircling a roaring fire.
Game drives are interpretive drives in the bush specially adapted four-wheel drive vehicles, with the purpose of finding wildlife in a natural habitat. Rest your feet while going deeper and farther than you ever thought possible for up-close game encounters you won’t believe.
In national parks and some other reserves, rules prohibit leaving the designated safari paths. But the wildlife are not always considerate enough to stay nearby. Get better vantages (and better photos) by heading off-road on a game view.
Volunteer Tourism gives you the chance to experience the wildlife and beauty of one of South Africa's top safari destinations, the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, while also getting more involved in the African bush and the finer details of your surroundings.
As the sun sets over the horizon, the African bush is awash with colours and sounds. The evening dawns and the nocturnal animals come out from their sleeping spots. Night time is when new adventures are to be had while on night game drives.
Rhino tracking in South Africa is a very popular event. South Africa offers you the finest opportunities to go rhino tracking through an abundance of magnificent wilderness. Rangers and tracker team will help and attempt you to track your favourite animals.
The best way to end the day is to swim in a pool, with spectacular views of the unspoiled landscape surrounding. The swimming pools are well situated for both bird watching and game viewing, whilst cooling off with a refreshing drink in hand.
Visitors may head out on foot with their armed ranger. The perspective of the bush is entirely different to that of a vehicle, and guests will learn to read the signs of the wild, and perhaps come into close contact with the different animal species on the reserve.