Ben Alberts Nature Reserve


Ben Alberts Nature Reserve is roughly 2.000 hectares with an impressive array of wildlife, given its size. Visitors can expect to see a wide variety of wildlife which includes white rhino, kudu, blue wildebeest, giraffe, eland, zebra and warthogs. The Waterberg is set in the bushveld which has low mountain ranges and open savanna. The over 3.000 hectares that make up the Waterberg, of which Ben Alberts is a part, are filled with open grassland, steep gorges and crystal pools that invite game viewing, hiking, bird watching and mountain biking. Ben Alberts is considered one of South Africa's foremost wildlife reserves. Activities Game viewing, hiking, bird watching and mountain biking

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