Wildlife Services, Limpopo - HOME
In amongst the mysteries of Africa and South Africa steep in mythology, an Eden awaits! Imaging a place so beautiful, serene and unspoilt that it will wrap your soul in eternal longing to return. Share the flickering camp fire with your hosts and fellow guests and walk away with a memorable experience!
Spend languid days next to the pool or take part in Big 5 walk or Open vehicle game drive. A choice of well appointed, thatched chalets or comfortable Safari tents will complete your African experience. Bundox Safari Lodge offers various luxurious accommodation ranging from homely thatched Chalets to individually styled Safari Luxury Tents. We also offer various basis types such as Dinner + Bed & Breakfast, Bed & Breakfast as well as Self Catering.
Bundox Wildside is situated in the Mapungubwe Private Nature Reserve part of the Greater Mapungubwe Trans-frontier Conservation Area which includes the Tuli Block in Botswana and South Western Zimbabwe, across the Limpopo River. (GMTFCA). The reserve covers 28000ha of approximately 300000ha defining the GMTFCA.
As part of the habitat rehabilitation all internal fences are in the process of being removed allowing animals to move freely between the 3 countries. This results in different management plans being set in place, including monitoring of various species such as Elephant. A great deal of research data is being collected. Bundox Wildside is actively involved in these research programs which will ultimately contribute to an efficient management plan for the conservation of this arid and stunningly beautiful region.
The Bundox Conservation Centre is situated 160 km (about 2 hours) north of Pretoria, at the foot of the Swaershoek Mountain Range in Mookgophong (previous Naboomspruit), a malaria-free area.
We are accredited with BirdLife South Africa and are a well-placed base for visiting Nylsvley, Doorndraai Dam and Moordrift. This is also the heartbeat of the game capture and Relocation Company, with game boma’s, stockades and a veterinary clinic. Our visitors are given guided tours of this facility to fully understand the company’s operation and conservation ethic. There are a number of species to view in this habitat of broadleaved woodland and patches of Acacia thornveld.