The Kurula Experience Klaserie Game Reserve South Africa | Africa Travel Channel With over 25 years’ experience between our head game rangers Kavi Naidoo and Erick Mokoena, they have all the necessary experience to give you the complete and unforgettable wildlife experience. Topics that are covered over each safari are animal’s behavior, plant uses, traditional beliefs and cultural folklore. Eric who is a genuine throwback of the original Shangaan trackers has all the necessary skills and knowledge to be a perfect modern day guide.

Coffee from a whistling kettle over glowing ambers or gas stove is the start to each morning while enjoying an amazing African sunrise. Throughout each safari activity you will be in the hands of your designated game ranger for the duration of your trip. With great passion and enthusiasm your game ranger will deliver great information and display exceptional skills throughout the day in search of wildlife and exciting encounters with big 5 animals. Continuously giving interesting facts about wildlife which you will witness before you. All game drives are done in open game vehicles granting guests the complete experience of a sighting which is not simply just viewing and animal but being able to capture the moment with all your senses by getting you close enough. Each evening typically ends around a campfire discussing the excitement of the day’s sightings and also discussing traditional culture and beliefs while having a delicious dinner.

The African bush will be interpreted to you in a unique way leaving you with a new found understanding of the natural world and awakening a new desire for wildlife inside you.

Each package is carefully planned by our head rangers to suit ones expectations and budget and most importantly, to make each safari and adventure. Our walking safaris are done in the most pristine reserves that the province has to offer such as the Manyeleti and Klaserie Nature Reserves situated in the heart of the Greater Kruger National Parks. Most of the time you will be alone with no time limit at a sighting viewing an animal in its most natural environment, unlike most of the other reserves where sightings often become congested with vehicles.

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