reserve created in 1991, sits right on the South
Africa-Botswana border in a malaria-free area.
In the largest movement of animals since Noah
filled his arc, the 30,352 acre (75,000 ha)
reserve was stocked with 10,000 head of game
from 27 different species. The park's very existence
contributes to the preservation of local fauna
and flora and rare animals such as rhino and
wild dog, and also provides a more sustainable
environment for the local people.
Not only does this reserve boast the 'Big Five'
but it also has the 'Super 7'! This adds cheetah
and wild dog to the traditional five; leopard,
lion, buffalo, elephant and rhino. Plus brown
hyena, sable, eland, gemsbok, giraffe and large
herds of plains game and plenty of birds.