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Jaci’s Safari Lodges
from R2,795 Per person sharing/Per night
Located in South Africa, Madikwe
Located near the Kalahari Desert, Jaci’s Lodges offers guests the diversity and wildlife of two magnificent ecosystems – thorny scrub and savannah grassland. This malaria-free safari destination is home to the Big 5 – lion, elephant, leopard, rhino and buffalo, as well as cheetah, hippo, giraffe, wild dog and hyena.
SAFARI EXPERIENCE at Jaci's Safari Lodge
Nestled in the 75 000 hectare Madikwe Game Reserve, Jaci’s Lodges offers incredible game viewing for the African safari of a lifetime. Not only is Madikwe home to Africa’s top predators and larger grazing mammals, but a myriad of antelope species and other wildlife including 340 recorded bird species, all set on an exquisite backdrop of hills, mountains, wild grasses, weeping wattle and marula trees. Experience the thrill of a lion kill, the graces of an elephant herd, or the suspense of a wild dog hunt all from the comfort of an open safari vehicle. Return to your luxury safari lodge where your African safari experience will continue in comfort and style. Read more
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION & SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT
In partnership with Open Africa for sustainable tourism.
In 1990 the 75 000 hectares that is now Madikwe Game Reserve consisted of struggling cattle and maize farms. In 1991, to put the land to better use and boost the local economy the land was declared by the government as a wildlife sanctuary and tourist destination – Madikwe Game Reserve – a three way venture between North West Parks and Tourism Board, the private sector, and local communities.
Over the next 6 years, Madikwe Game Reserve became one of the largest wildlife relocation projects in the world – Operation Phoenix – transporting approximately 10 000 animals representing 28 species, including an entire herd of elephant!
Located on Madikwe Game Reserve, Jaci's Lodges is considered a model example of the natural and social prosperity that can be reached in private, public and social partnerships. Read more