Dronfield Nature Reserve

This near-pristine area of Kalahari sand-veld is home to a large number of eland, gemsbok, blue-wildebeest, red hartebeest, zebra and kudu.

Approximately 140 bird species have been identified complimented by herds of ungulates including springbok, impala, duiker and steenbok.

Dronfield is home to a significant breeding population of white-backed vultures.

A vulture restaurant has been established to allow researchers and visitors to observe the birds feeding. Six luxury chalets are nestled privately amongst a clump of ancient camel-thorn trees.

A mere 10 km’s outside of Kimberley, in close proximity to the famous flamingo haven of Kamfers Dam.

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