Create and enjoy your own bush experience.

Shareholders are able to create and enjoy their own bush experiences, be they safari holidays or involvement in community and conservation projects.

Why not be your own game ranger? If you complete the bush skills, first aid and 4×4 driving courses, you qualify to take responsibility for yourself and your guests. You’ll enjoy the freedom of exploring the reserve on foot or in our specially converted gamedrive vehicles without a ranger – and get an unrivalled sense of adventure! Alternatively, our highly experienced rangers can take you out to share their knowledge on either a short sundowner drive or an extended full-day expedition into the far-flung corners of the reserve – it’s up to you. But if this sounds a bit too strenuous, there are a range of relaxing activities to tempt you, from sumptuous bush dinners to spending the hot afternoons reading by the cool waters of the swimming pool.

Those who really want to get their hands dirty can get involved in species monitoring, game counts, reintroduction programmes, infrastructure development and social responsibility projects. The concept has been designed so that you are empowered to contribute according to your ability and wishes, and so make a real difference, however small, in a special corner of Africa. This sense of ‘The African bush – your way’ and the capacity to leave a personal legacy is what makes Limpopo-Lipadi so special – and our lucky shareholders such a happy bunch of conservation investors. Your personal involvement at Limpopo-Lipadi is entirely up to you and limited only by your imagination.

Activity Suggestions:

  • Game drives and bush walks.
  • Stargazing.
  • Painting and photography.
  • Birdwatching.
  • Sitting at the number of viewing hides and waterholes.
  • Bush dinners with friends.
  • Braais on the riverbank.
  • Learning about tracking, trees and more.
  • Jogging and mountain biking.
  • Visiting local schools and villages.


© Anton Kruger



© Magnus Hird

  • Visiting archaeological sites in the reserve.
  • Exploring the dry riverbed in winter.
  • Tracking wild dogs on foot.
  • Fishing.
  • Spending time with the anti-poaching patrol.
  • Relaxing by the pool with a good book.
  • Hiking to the top of Lipadi Hill.
  • Business strategy sessions with colleagues.
  • Conservation and social responsibility projects.
  • Infrastructural projects.


© Renee Berber



© Simon Espley