Wildlife Research Africa has a tented camp at the legendary Entabeni Safari Conservancy, Limpopo, South Africa. All the research projects are conducted at Entabeni. Entabeni is a 22 000 hectare game reserve situated in the World Heritage Waterberg Biosphere. The reserve won the 2014 Travel-World Award!
The topography is spectacular, consisting of mountains, cliffs and plateaus. This diverse topography give rise to different habitats like grass plains, wetlands, forests and bushveld.
Volunteers are accommodated on the Game Reserve at the research tented camp situated in the middle of the Reserve. The camp comprise of six canvas tents, toilets and shower facilities with running hot water and a large army tent as kitchen and dining area. Each volunteer stay in his / her own tent, beds and bedding provided. The research tented camp is enclosed by an electrified game fence that ensure safety from the wild animals on the reserve. Also in this enclosed area is the reserve’s Wildlife Unit offices and their accommodation that serves as base camp. All kinds of wild animals graze and browse next to the camp daily. Lions, jackal and hippo are heard during the night.
This is home to the Big 5. Situated only three hours’ drive north of Johannesburg.