Djuma Private Game Reserve forms part of the privatised Sabi Sands Game Reserve that borders the famous Kruger National Park and is formally part of the Greater Kruger ecosystem.
There are no dividing fences between Djuma, the Sabi Sands and Kruger, blending Djuma’s own property into a magnificent swathe of protected wilderness that wraps around the eastern corner of South Africa.
The reserve enjoys a wealth of diverse wildlife species, all of which are viewed in their natural and undisturbed surroundings. This area is renowned for being one of the most game-rich and diverse in Africa which translates to superlative game-viewing all year round.
Typified by areas of rolling lowveld thicket and scrub, rich riparian forests along numerous drainage areas and seasonal rivers and streams, gentle rises and an undulating landscape, Djuma is easy to traverse on game activities, using a network of roads and off-roading only when the sighting is of significant interest – for example to view a kill, predators, Big Five species or big cats.
Djuma plays a critical role in managing this pristine area and is dedicated to the ethics and principles of sustainable tourism, ensuring as minimal impact as possible on the land that is its home.