Visit

The African Bush
Your Way

Welcome to Limpopo-Lipadi, a shareholder-owned Private Game and Wilderness Reserve located on the banks of the Limpopo River in the Tuli Block, south-east Botswana.

A Reserve for individuals who share our values and desire to conserve and protect the African wilderness, contribute to the preservation of endangered species, support the upliftment of local communities, as well as those who simply want to experience the beauty of the African bush.

Explore

A truly unique experience awaits. Take a journey through the African wilderness.

COME ON SAFARI WITH US

Protect

Our responsibility has become our passion – Working hard to preserve our unique piece of Africa.

OUR CONSERVATION EFFORTS

Own

As a shareholder you create your own wildlife adventures – experiences that surpass the usual tourist safari. As owners, shareholders have the freedom to explore the reserve without restriction.

BECOME A CO-OWNER

Reserve
Mon 01 Jun 2020

Elephant Close Encounter

Reserve manager, Duane and general manager, Glen, and a handful anti-poaching and staff members are the only ones left on the reserve during the Botswana lockdown. Read about their close encounter with an unhabituated elephant cow during a patrol.

Reserve
Mon 25 May 2020

Leopard Overload

Paul and Sheryl Freund have had some incredible leopard sightings. This past November was no exception. The heat had many animals drinking at Tholo dam, including some leopards, who only came out at dusk or at night. Read about Paul and Sheryl’s sightings here.

Reserve
Mon 18 May 2020

Meeting Again: All Grown Up

In 2018 Aileen Oosterling many hours with four lion cubs, watching the play and goof around with each other. Two years later, she got to see them again! All grown up now and on their own, away from the pride.

Reserve
Mon 11 May 2020

Those Brave but Shy Honey Badgers!

Honey badgers are formidable fighters and not even lions want to mess with them. But, they are shy and not very often seen. Paul and Cheryl Freund were lucky enough to see them for a few seconds before they disappeared in a hole.