Tussen-die-Riviere Nature Reserve

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Tussen-die-Riviere Nature Reserve
Taurotragus oryx.jpg
Eland drinking water
Coordinates 30°28′05″S 26°07′05″E / 30.468°S 26.118°E / -30.468; 26.118Coordinates: 30°28′05″S 26°07′05″E / 30.468°S 26.118°E / -30.468; 26.118
Operator Free State Parks and Tourism

Tussen-die-Riviere Nature Reserve is a 22 000 ha nature reserve[1] wedged between the Orange River and the Caledon River in the southern Free State, South Africa.

Accommodation[edit]

Inside the park[edit]

There are nine self-catering chalets and five hunters' huts available on the reserve. Some 120 km of dirt roads were made available for game viewing with visitors' own vehicles.

At nearby Bethulie[edit]

Wildlife[edit]

Antelopes[edit]

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