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Greater Kuduland Expansion

We are excited to announce that in February 2017 the Greater Kuduland Conservancy expanded its boundary by an additional 3200 acres of land when acquiring the neighbouring property on the south-western border of the Reserve.

The rugged landscape is scattered with large baobabs and has encouraged leopard, elephant, and many other species to migrate from the flatter parts of the farm.

The area has become a favourite spot for hikes as the bouldering hills are filled with unexplored trails that lead up to some of the most spectacular view points on the property.

Once the new boundary was secured with the correct game fencing, the old fence was taken down and the Conservancy members celebrated the event with a starlit bush dinner under a 6000 year old Baobab Tree.



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