Krugersdorp Game Reserve

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Krugersdorp Game Reserve
Blesbok, Damaliscus pygargus phillipsi, at Krugersdorp Game Reserve, Gauteng, South Africa (26872993194).jpg
Blesbok in the game reserve
Type Nature reserve
Nearest city Krugersdorp
Coordinates 26°6.36′S 27°43.44′E / 26.10600°S 27.72400°E / -26.10600; 27.72400Coordinates: 26°6.36′S 27°43.44′E / 26.10600°S 27.72400°E / -26.10600; 27.72400
Area 1,500 hectares (3,700 acres)
Open 08h00 - 18h00
Camp sites Ngonyama Lion Lodge
Species 30 mammal types
200 bird species

Krugersdorp Game Reserve is a 1500 Ha Game Reserve, located near the town of Krugersdorp, approximately 40 minutes drive from central Johannesburg. It is a "small, intimate reserve that offers visitors a true African safari experience.... without the hassle of travelling to a major reserve houses 15 mammal species, including one of the “Big Five”, while lions are kept in a special 100ha enclosure in the middle of the reserve. The reserve is also popular for bird watching, and more than 200 species that have been recorded there; Guests can travel the park in vehicles or on horseback.