IN MJEJANE GAME RESERVE
WHo CAN GO
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
During 2008 the fence separating Mjejane Game Reserve from the Kruger National Park was removed to allow wildlife to move freely between the wildlife sanctuaries on either side of the river. Almost immediately herds of elephant and buffalo moved onto Mjejane along with predators such as lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena and wild dog. Species such as giraffe and zebra were re-introduced to the southern bank by South African National Parks and the conservation management of Mjejane was placed under the authority of SANParks. In essence Mjejane Game Reserve is an eco-extension of the Kruger National Park and it boasts the same diversity of game encountered in the much acclaimed Biyamiti region of the Kruger.
Unmanned aircraft systems and drones are strictly prohibited in all areas in Mjejane Game Reserve
The KNP is in a malaria zone: we advise that all visitors adhere to take the necessary precaution.
Feeding of game
Disturbing, touching or harming game
A litter - free zone
No killing of animals