Mabuasehube Khutse Adventure

Date: 27 May – 5 June 2024
Venue: Mabuasehube & Khutse Game Reserves, Botswana
Cost: R12 500 per person
Includes: Camping & Park fees, Guide fees, Welcome gift
Excludes: Fuel, Meals, Drinks, VHF radio hire
Tour Details

Khutse Game Reserve is part of an ancient river system that once flowed northeast to fill the prehistoric Lake Makgadikgadi. Khutse’s Pans and dry river valleys are remnants of this river system. The reserve also includes a series of picturesque pans – Motailane, Moreswa and Molose pans – where wildlife congregates particularly following good rains. These locations provide good game viewing opportunities for visitors. Water is also sometimes pumped to artificial waterholes at Moreswa and Molose to improve game-viewing throughout the year.

Animals commonly sighted include springbok (often in abundance), gemsbok (typical), giraffe, wildebeest, hartebeest, kudu, black-backed jackal, steenbok, duiker, and the accompanying predators, such as lion, leopard, cheetah, smaller cats, and the endangered brown hyena.

The Mabuasehube Game Reserve is located in the Kalahari Desert covering an area of almost 2,000 sq. km. The unforgiving desert terrain is characterised by high red dunes and scattered vegetation. In 1992 the reserve was incorporated into the Gemsbok National Park, and in 2000 it was also integrated into the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. The reserve’s name is derived from the Senalonga language, and means “red earth”. The reserve was once home to the San people, sometimes called Bushman, and to small groups of inhabitants called Kgalagadi.

This tour is limited to a maximum of 8 vehicles and is off-road trailer friendly.

For more information on this adventure, please contact:

Simon Steadman 

084 447 4666

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