|16 July 2021 - 20 July 2021||Space Available|
Camdeboo Private reserve comprises of four seperate habitats. They valley floor of the Melk River supports a riverine vegetation, which attracts the Elephants on the reserve, as well as an adundunce of Kudu, and some very intersting species of bird including Knysna Woodpecker. The Cheetah also seem to favour this area. The mountain slopes are made up of Albany Thickets comprising of Acacia species and the famous Spekboom. The Buffalo and Lion like to move in these thickets and Kloofs, while the birdlife is remarkable with Rufous-eared Warbler, Layards Tit-babbler and Karoo Scrub Robin all found on these slopes.