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Protected Area Lionspruit Game Reserve

ID: w180188 View large map

Located in South Africa :: Mpumalanga  :: Marloth Park
Category: Protected Areas :: Protected Area


Lionspruit Game Reserve is a 1500ha nature reserve, a home to the big five which offers a true bushveld experience to the guests and residents of Marloth park. Marloth park is a wildlife conservation area, bordering Kruger National park. The main species of game within Lionspruit Game Reserve are white rhino, Impala, Kudu, Zebra and other small antelope, various mammals, reptiles and birdlife but Buffalo, Rhino and Lion are confined within the Lionspruit Game Reserve while the other wildlife can roam freely between Marloth Park and Lionspruit Game Reserve. Currently, the reserve accommodates only day visitors.

Various rangers patrol the reserve to monitor the animals and guard the animals against poachers as well as to monitor vegetation. Picnics spots are available for all visitors but they need to be alert because lions roam around the area.

An entrance fee is payable at the gate on wild goose street this is a side road off Olifant road. In November 2012 all the few Lionspruit rhinos were dehorned to protect them from poacher who will eventually run them to extinction. For more information the visitors need to contact the Marloth park Municipal rangers. (Updated Dec-12).

Address :  The Trading Post, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Contact :  Marloth Park Municipal Rangers
Cell :  +27(0)82 802 5894
Email :  Click Here

Time Information
Gate Opening and Closing Times :  Sep -Mar 05h00 to 19h00 & Apr- Aug 07h00 to 17h30

Rates and Payment
Fee/s :  Park entry: R120 per vehicle - Cash accepted. (May 2021)

Destination Information
Police Petrol Camping Liquor Restaurant
Facilities :  Shopping Centre, Shops, General Dealer

Nearby Facilities :  Camping. Lodging. Restaurant. Fuel.

Game Viewing Game Drives Guided Walks Swimming Bird Watching
Night Drives, Picnics
Game to View :  Lion. Kudu. Giraffes. Zebras. Warthogs. Hundreds of bird species. Wildebeest. Many different gazelle. A few smaller predators and reptiles etc.
Notes on Activities :  (Some activities may be offered nearby).

Travelling Information

There are not much facilities within Lionspruit Game Reserve itself. Facilities are available in nearby Marloth Park Conservancy area with a shopping centre.

They accept cash for park entry.

Fuel is available in Marloth park.

A hardware store and bottle store. (May-16).

No entry allowed an hour before closing times. (May-16).

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