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Samara Private Game Reserve At 70,000 acres in size, Samara Private Game Reserve is one of the largest private reserves in South Africa. It encompasses four of South Africa’s biomes; grassland, nama karoo, valley thicket and savannah and is rich in shepherd trees, some of which are over 700 years old. This diverse habitat attracts a range of different game. The reserve is focused on reintroducing protected species and as a result it has a healthy population of cheetah, cape mountain zebra, white rhino, black wildebeest, red hartebeest and a range of other smaller mammals such as vervet monkeys and meerkats.

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