Masebe Nature Reserve is a protected area forming part of the UNESCO Waterberg Biosphere in the Limpopo Valley of South Africa. The variety of rock formations, majestic mountains, savannah landscape, rivers and abundant wildlife make this a spectacular setting. Masebe is not only a pivotal sanctuary for biodiversity but also a flagship nature reserve that reconciles conservation of biological fauna and flora with the cultural diversity of its local people. Set in spectacular scenic surroundings this 4500-hectare reserve has been home to the Bakenberg community for many centuries. Here the local people have learned to live of the land and ultimately thrive in their natural surroundings, an ideal location to learn your wilderness survival skills! The camp is situated on the edge of the reserve and students will be staying in dorm rooms with hot running water and long-drop toilets.


Masebe Nature Reserve is a sub location to South Africa

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