Olifants River Game Reserve

Olifants River Game Reserve is a private nature reserve situated on the banks of the Olifants River, between Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa in the Limpopo Province.

The reserve consists of 6 200 hectares and another 3030 hectares of traversing on Olifants North Reserve. It forms part of the Greater Olifants River Conservancy.

Named after the longest river in the Kruger National Park, and the largest of all land mammals, the African elephant, Olifants River Game Reserve is home to the Big 5 and a large variety of fauna and flora. Conservation of all fauna and flora is the main priority of all our members.

Olifants River is unfenced and is open to the Kruger Park, from there through to Mozambique, to facilitate the free and natural migration patterns of the animals.