More info: Wildlife on the reserve includes the Big Five : Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Rhino and Buffalo, as well as Cheetah, Zebra, Giraffe, Hippopotamus and a wide variety of antelope and birds.
Djuma Game Reserve, is a 9,000 ha private game reserve which is part of the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. It is situated on the western border of the Kruger National Park, which together with some other parks make up the Greater Kruger National Park. There are no dividing fences between Djuma, Sabi Sand and the great trans-frontier national park, blending Djuma’s own 9000 hectares into a magnificent ecosystem that wraps around the eastern corner of South Africa.
Djuma is situated in the Lowveld Savanna in the northeastern part of South Africa. The Lowveld Savanna stretches from the Drakensberg Mountains towards the Mozambican flood plains and coast. The landscape is typified by areas of rolling lowveld thicket and scrub, rich riparian forests stretching along numerous drainage areas and seasonal rivers and streams, gentle rises and an undulating scenery.
Djuma means "where the Lion roars", in Shangaan, and this untouched reserve is a great place to see these majestic cats. The region is also renowned for over 400 species of birds, making it a birders paradise.
The live streaming camera at Djuma is remotely controlled by a volunteer corps of people around the world, known as ‘zoomies’.