Game sighting in Timbavati

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Bateleur Main and Mobile Camps in the Timbavati Reserve are being promoted and selected by the European market for five significant reasons.

The consistently excellent wildlife sightings on the 3 500-hectare Bateleur property and its 10 000-hectare traverse are reportedly amongst the best that Greater Kruger has to offer. Several European photographic safari tour operators include Bateleur in their front-line offerings, notably including those with a special focus on leopards.

Bateleur’s highly skilled operational team are regularly singled out for high praise from guests. Headed by Doctor Morake, who has been nominated for the 2016 Safari Guide of the Year competition, their knowledge of the area’s fauna and flora is of the highest calibre, as is their ability to track and consistently locate the Big Five and other wildlife. A high level of exclusivity and flexibility is offered during Bateleur’s guided activities, affording guests the opportunity to focus on their passions and interests.

With the layout and facilities offered by the two camps, as well as the overall experience of the guided activities, Bateleur reportedly offers an unparalleled up-close-and-personal experience of the real African bush and wildlife.

Bateleur is an eco-friendly operation with policies of minimal environmental impact. Combined with incredibly low vehicle density on the property, Bateleur is set apart as one of the last remaining untamed sections of African bushveld.

Compiled by: Melissa Jane Cook. Source: Travel and Meetings.