The Kruger National Park is home to the Klaserie Nature Reserve, one of the largest privately owned reserves in South Africa.
An authentic safari experience awaits, complete with bush camps, various game lodges and walking trails.
At the heart of Klaserie is a sanctuary committed to conserving nature. As such, look forward to a well-preserved wilderness, as close to untouched by humans as possible.
- Best Time to GoMay to September
- High SeasonOctober to March
(It rarely gets very crowded)
- Abundant wildlife, including Big 5
- Incredible game viewing opportunities
- Klaserie Nature Reserve is a part of Greater Kruger National Park
- Tranquil, unhurried true safari destination
- Excellent birding: raptors, residents and migrants
- Off road driving as well as night drives permitted
Guests can hope to see the Big 5, as well as a number of endangered wildlife. Keep an eye out for the African wild dog, the Southern ground hornbill, the white-backed vulture and even the white lion.Guided walking safaris are the reserve’s specialty, but the more traditional off-road and nighttime tours are also on offer.More About the Wildlife
The main habitats in the parks are grassy plains and mixed woodland. In the rainy season, the vegetation tends to be quite thick but this doesn't interfere much with the wildlife viewing because of the off-road driving permits.This impressive and diverse area offers spectacular scenery and incredible wildlife viewing opportunities.
Weather & Climate
From November to March, the reserve is showered with rain, while remaining humid throughout the day. April to October sees a drop in temperature and rainfall.More About the Weather and Climate
Best Time to Visit
While summer rain gives life to a lush, green landscape, many agree that the dry winter season is the best time for catching a glimpse of the wildlife.More About the Best Time to Visit