The Songimvelo Nature Reserve is the largest provincial game reserve in South Africa, and has the highest known plant diversity for the Mpumalanga Province. The list of more than 1400 known species range from several recently discovered species to the last wild population of the Woolly Cycad. The broken landscapes make this reserve one of the most aesthetically attractive areas in the province. The Songimvelo Game Reserve is on South Africa’s best kept secrets. This spectacular landscape is a diverse tapestry of rolling hillsides, hidden valleys, forest ravines and open plains. Songimvelo not only supports an incredible diversity of habitats, plants and animals, but also displays a medley of bottoms are usually still and warm with the calls of insects and birds filling the air. The more palatable grasses of the plains attract large numbers of Burchell”s Zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Waterbuck and Blesbok, with mixed herds regularly assembling. Giraffe, Impala and Kudu are common in denser woodland. Contact us today and let us give you this experience you will never forget.