The Timbavati Game Reserve lies to the north of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve on the western edge of Kruger National Park and is one of South Africa's prime wildlife viewing areas. Established in 1956 by like-minded game farmers, the Reserve covers 680 square kilometers. There are no fences separating the Timbavati from the Kruger National Park, so lion, elephant, cheetah and other species roam freely between the two. The Timbavati lies at an altitude of 140m to 600m above sea level.
(Johannesburg, Kapama Private Game Reserve, Timbavati Game Reserve, Sabi Sands)
As the sun sets behind the distant Drakensberg Mountains and darkness descends, Kruger Game Reserve comes alive with a wild symphony of nocturnal calls.
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