Moholoholo Nature Reserve and Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is located in Limpopo in South Africa and boasts a scenic setting at the base of the Drakensburg Mountain. Moholoholo is an excellent base for those looking to explore the array of attractions in the Limpopo region. Local nearby attractions include the Kruger National Park, Blyde River Canyon, Pilgrim’s Rest, and Sabi. The nature reserve boasts a stunning bush setting which provides a unique habitat for over 300 species of birds and many other wildlife species. Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Center takes care of abandoned, orphaned, injured and poisoned wildlife from all corners of South Africa, and reintroduced into their natural environments once they are healthy enough. This Limpopo nature reserve is about 60 kilometres from the Kruger National Park Orpen Gate, making it a convenient destination to explore fantastic natural attractions.
Moholoholo Nature Reserve enjoys a picturesque setting at the foot of the Drakensburg Mountains and provides a unique wildlife experience. Visitors can expect to see an array of animals during a tour of the reserve. Its habitat is home to over 300 species of birds—ideal for avid bird watchers. At the rehabilitation centre, animals include lions, leopards, caracals, servals, cheetahs, crowned eagles, and vultures—all rescued and rehabilitated before being reintroduced into their natural environments.
Due to the nature of Moholoholo Nature Reserve and Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, guests can visit any time of year. Those looking to combine a trip to the Kruger National Park, however, should visit during the dry winter months from May to September. During this season, the vegetation becomes sparse, and animals tend to congregate around waterholes and rivers.
Moholoholo Nature Reserve and Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is an excellent base for a safari holiday. There are many attractions nearby and those seeking to combine a trip to the world-renowned Kruger National Park can do so with ease. From Big Five game viewing in the Kruger Park to the superb Panorama Route, Moholoholo is perfect for self-driving safari enthusiasts. At the nature reserve and Rehabilitation Centre, animal species are brought in from all corners of South Africa, and once healthy enough, they are reintroduced into their natural environments. Those visiting can enjoy activities such as cheetah interactions, a tour of the Endangered Species Centre, game drives, and bush walks.
Moholoholo offers three different accommodation options: Forest Camp, Ya Mati and Mountain View. Guests looking for a unique getaway close to Kruger Park will find Moholoholo Nature Reserve caters for all budgets. Each accommodation boasts something for everyone with full board lodging, breakfast, and self-catering chalets to choose from. Guests can enjoy an authentic nature getaway or opt for accommodation with TV and swimming pool facilities.