Sharing a fenceless border with the Kruger National Park near the Pafuri Gate in the north, this awesome camp is located on a mountain top that offers a spectacular view of the permanent Levuvhu river and a baobab forest, where elephants, hippos and crocodiles roam freely 200 m below the camp.
As part of the Greater Kruger National Park, this reserve offers Big Five sightings as well as all other species of the region. The Luvuvhu-Pafuri region is also one of the birding hot-spots of South Africa. Other than the main camp, this reserve is also home to the Mutale Ivory Route Camp.
Musina Nature Reserve, previously Messina Baobab Forest Reserve, boasts the highest concentration of baobab trees.
A circular route of approximately two hours, does not only allow visitors to admire the best baobab trees around, but also offers the opportunity to spot the rare sable antelope.
Other species to be seen here include giraffe, zebra, kudu, eland and other antelopes. A new bush camp has been built recently and is the ideal get-away for a quiet weekend in the shade of a baobab tree.
Highlights: Baobab tree reserve
Set in the Limpopo valley amidst rugged sandstone cliffs and ancient baobabs, the 36.000 hectare De Beers’ Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve is a piece of old Africa.
Just 80 km from Musina in Limpopo Province, the reserve is adjacent to and forms part of Mapungubwe National Park – site of southern Africa’s first kingdom. A World Heritage Site, Mapungubwe is also part of the Limpopo-Shashe Transfrontier Conservation Area.