The Timbavati Reserve forms part of the Greater Kruger Park and lies nestled between the Kruger National Park on the east, the Klaserie and Umbabat Private Nature Reserves in the north and the Thornybush Private Nature Reserve in the west. The Reserve is also home to the famous white lions.
There are no fences between the Timbavati and the Kruger National Park which allows free movement of wildlife between the Reserves. The world-famous Kruger National Park is a conservation area of more than 2.000.000 ha (over 5 million acres).
The southern border of this great complex of public and privately-owned protected land lies close to the Kingdom of Swaziland and abuts the boundaries of Zimbabwe in the north and Mozambique in the east.
The Timbavati Reserve consists of 50 contiguous tracts of land housing 12 luxury tourist lodges and is approximately 5 or 6 hours by car from Johannesburg.
Activities And Highlights: Game Drives, Bush Walk, Birding, Game Viewing