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Ten reasons why you should visit the Mashatu Game Reserve

Mashatu Game Reserve comprises of 29,00 hectares of privately owned land in the conserved wilderness area known as the Northern Tuli Game Reserve. However, Mashatu is one of the largest privately owned game reserves in Southern Africa, that provides a sanctuary to the largest herds of elephant.
Mashatu Game Reserve is home to more than 350 birds species - including the enchanting Lilac-breasted roller. Mashatu is also home to giraffes, antelopes, eland, ostrich, leopards, elephants, aardwolf, Bat-eared fox, African wildcat, Honey badger, Spotted hyena and Black-backed jackal. Activities include, early morning and evening game drives.

If you’re planning a Botswana safari and want to explore the “Land of Giants” - here are 10 reasons why you should visit the Mashatu Game Reserve.







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About Jarred Manasse

Manasse is the owner of Write For You, offering freelance copywriting services in Cape Town. He is also the content manager for Encounters Travel, a UK-based travel agency who offers adventure tours and small group holidays all over the globe.

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