Owned by one of South Africa’s wealthiest families, the Oppenheimers, Tswalu is the largest private game reserve in the country. There are two luxury properties on the reserve in which you can choose to stay in, and in fact, you can actually combine properties for varied experience during a longer stay.
- There more than 70 species of mammals and 230 species of birds (including endangered raptors), at Tswalu, which is also home to the elusive aardvark, aardwolf, pangolin and porcupine
- Also at Tswalu, visitors are likely to see the black-maned Kalahari lions, meerkats, desert black rhino and a range of rare antelope species
- The sleep outs are well-worthwhile in the Malori Star-beds