Game Reserve

Mabulani Game Reserve is 1,230 ha in size with an abundance of wildlife and a wide variety of birds.

View birds and animals at your leisure, in their unspoiled, natural habitat. Follow them on foot, horseback, on a mountain bike or from a game viewing vehicle.

Numerous game species are resident at Mabulani Game Reserve.
On the open plains you will find buffalo, sable antelope, giraffe, kudu, eland, gemsbok, blue wildebeest, zebra, impala, red hartebeest, warthog and aardvark.

Bushbuck, waterbuck, nyala, duiker, bushpig and porcupine can be found in the ravines while mountain reedbuck and klipspringer are located on the more mountainous areas of the reserve.

Predators include the shy leopard, caracal and most of the other smaller cat species found in the Waterberg area. Bushveld scavengers – brown hyena and black-backed jackal, are found throughout.

There numerous species of game roaming the reserve but members of the “Big 5” have been excluded to make it safe to take walks in the reserve.

Animals to view

Aardvark
Aardwolf
Baboon
Brown Hyena
Black-backed Jackal
Blesbuck
Bushbuck
Bushbaby
Blue Wildebeest
Buffalo
Caracal (Lynx)
Eland
Giraffe
Grey Duiker
Impala

Klipspringer
Kudu
Leopard
Mountain Reedbuck
Nyala
Oryx (Gemsbok)
Porcupine
Red Hartebeest
Steenbok
Small spotted Genet
Sable Antelope
Vervet monkey
Warthog
Waterbuck
Zebra (Burchell’s)