Ndumo Game Reserve (adjacent to the Tembe Elephant Park) is a small but impressive game reserve. Proclaimed in 1924 Ndumo Game Reserve is one of South Africa's oldest reserves and considered to be one of the finest in KwaZulu Natal.
Ndumo Game Reserve is situated in the Maputaland region of northern KwaZulu Natal just south of the Mozambique border.
Ndumo is about 10 000 hectares in extent and boasts approximately 60% of all bird species found in South Africa including the Green Coucal, Gorgeous Bush Shrike, Pink Throated Twinspot and African Broadbill.
Wildlife you can exect to see at the Ndumo Game Reserve includes good numbers of Black Rhino, White Rhino, Buffalo, Hippopotamus and Crocodile. Red Duiker, Giraffe, Nyala and Suni are all fairly common and Leopard and Hyaena are in the reserve.
With 20 National Parks, including two of the world's most famous wildlife reserves, the Kruger National Park and Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, and numerous private game reserves, your trip to South Africa would be incomplete without experiencing a South African Safari.