Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Wildlife adapted to the desert
The Central Kalahari Reserve is part of the Kalahari Desert. In addition to wildebeest, zebras, giraffes, black-maned lions and cheetahs, we also have the possibility of observing animals perfectly adjusted to the semi-arid ecosystem such as the oryx and the jumping gazelle.
The san bushmen
This extreme region is home to one of the oldest native populations on the planet: the Bushmen. During your visit you’ll be able to meet and learn from this indigenous community, an integral part of the conservation of the ecosystem.
Green grasslands full of life
During winter in the southern hemisphere, which coincides with the hottest season and the beginning of the rain season, the grassland areas of the Central Kalahari spring to life, becoming green and host to a large number of animals that come here to feed. This is without a doubt the best time to observe wildlife, especially the cheetah.