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WWagendrift Safaris, which is under German management, is situated in the Warmbad Nature Reserve, one of the most beautiful regions in South Africa and offers you a holiday of a lifetime in a natural environment.
The Game Reserve
The 3500 ha Private Game Reserve is one of the oldest nature reserves, where our guests can experience nature on guided safari tours amongst a variety of game species such as: buffalo, rhino, giraffe, zebra, waterbuck, eland, kudu, nyala, bushbuck, common reedbuck, mountain reedbuck, hartebees, blesbuck, impala, oribi, duiker, steenbuck, warthog, ostrich, leopard and many nocturnal species.
More than 150 species of birds have been spotted on this fascinating landscape, including the secretary bird, the rare black eagle and bald-headed ibis. Centuries ago this region was used as an hunting area fort he legendary Bushmen, later the Zulus and Swazis.
Today many farmers, also of German, origin farm in the area. Due to a high annual rainfall many springs feed an abundance of streams flowing into the Witriver, which meanders through the Reserve for more than 8 km. A variety of fish inhabit the perennial Witriver.
The Warmbad mineral springs of up to 38 Â°C offer great relaxation with it’s healing properties.
Our friendly staff members can speak English, Afrikaans, German and Zulu and we provide individual and personal care to all our guests.
A temperate climate throughout the year in a malaria free area makes this Game Reserve an ideal holiday destination. In general the winter months are dry with temperatures of 3-8Â°C at night and 15-23Â°C durind the day. During the summer months temperatures of between 23-35Â°C may be experienced during the day. The main raining season between October and March his distinguished by short but heavy thunder showers.
As already mentioned the area is free of malaria and medical assistance by professional doctors and hospitals is available.
Main safari season
1. October - 14. April
Main hunting season
15. April - 30. September
Information was correct at time of publication. Please visit the establishment’s own online platforms for most recent updates.