WildEarth is very proud to be partnered with the incredible Amakhala Game Reserve, bringing millions of viewers around the world unforgettable sightings of some of our favourite characters, gorgeous scenery and rare flora.
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Home to some of our lesser-known predator and prey species as well as some shy characters like the bat-eared foxes, Amakhala Game Reserve has been amazing our viewers since June 2022. Our naturalists can’t get enough of this beautiful spot in the Cape region, with its unique plant life supporting an abundance of animals. The cheetah families that roam Amakhala are certainly another highlight of this magnificent reserve. Abundant sightings of lions, cheetah cubs, spectacular herds of game, a plethora of birds and impressive elephants make this one of our absolute favourite places to broadcast from.
Amakhala Game Reserve is located in the malaria-free Eastern Cape of South Africa and offers a unique and fascinating wildlife experience that is not to be missed. The reserve offers a wide variety of three, four and five star owner-managed experiences with guest accommodation in a selection of ten diverse establishments. These lodges are made up of restored country houses, safari lodges, and tented camps located in different areas of the large 8 500 hectare reserve.
Visitors to this stunning reserve can explore the many wonders of the bush on Big 5 game-viewing adventures and exciting bush walks, or even choose to experience a thrilling horseback safari in the bush.
Amakhala Game Reserve continues to provide an excellent example of how communities can convert agricultural land for conservation purposes while promoting a viable tourism economy. Protecting the rhinos is a key factor in the ongoing success and sustainability of this initiative.