Lion Sands Game Reserve Archives
Lion Sands Game Reserve is a private game reserve situated within the greater Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It shares open borders with the famous Kruger National Park and is a prime destination for exceptional wildlife sightings. In this conservation area of 5 000 hectares, you will see all of Africa’s iconic species – lion leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, and zebra – to mention but a few of the 137 mammal species and over 450 varieties of bird. Lion Sands Game Reserve is privately owned since 1930s and offers the visitors unique and intimate safari experience.
Wildlife viewing in Lion Sands Game Reserve is amazing and there are plenty of game drives during the day and night. You can encounter leopards, cheetahs, and the big five up close by driving off-road.
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The general landscape is woodland savanna and the vegetation is dense. However, despite the hindrances, sighting animals in Lion Sands Game Reserve is easily and abundant.
Best Time to Visit
Best time to visit Lion Sands Game Reserve is during the dry winter season, as temperatures remain comfortable and you can view a cluster of animals near water sources.
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Weather & Climate
The dry winter season is during May to September, which is also the best time to visit Lion Sands Game Reserve.
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