Attractions

There's never a dull moment at Kansimba with game drives, aerial game viewing, bushmen paintings, and the most spectacular countryside. Keep your eyes peeled for Kudu, Oryx, Eland, Blue and Black Wildebeest, Hartebeest, Springbok, Blesbok, Impala, Waterbuck, Mountain Zebra, Burchell's Zebra, Warthogs, Cheetah, Baboons, Giraffe, Duiker, Klipspringer, Steenbok, Damara Dik-Dik, Ostrich, Jackal, Cheetah, Leopard and numerous species of birds.

Of course, the highlight must surely be game viewing. Take a game drive through the scenic African bush with one of our experienced guides. Visit waterholes, riverbeds and the magnificent mountains where you will see a variety of wildlife in their natural habitat. (The game drives are in 4x4 vehicles, along man-made roads.)

Water holes around the farm 

To provide sufficient drinking water for the wild life on Kansimba there are several water holes situated around the farm.
These are perfect spots for game watching. You can enjoy it during one of our safaris, from our hide or conveniently back at the lodge via live cameras.

Bird Life 

With more than 900 known bird species, Southern Africa is one of the richest avifaunal areas in the world. Some of the species you are likely to see at Kansimba Game Lodge include mountain eagles, guinea fowls, partridges, hoopoo, hornbill, African parrots, mountain pigeons and doves. For bird lovers and the amateur and professional photographer, we also offer a number of hides at selected waterholes.

Trails and Hikes 

Day walks and trails are aimed at discovering the unexpected beautiful bird life, bushmen paintings and different game species at various waterholes, from natural and man-made hides. Be sure to visit the bushmen paintings - they are one of our main attractions, and a well worth visit. A comprehensive library is available back at the lodge for a more in-depth study of the days findings.

Trips designed exclusively for the photographer are also available to guests on request. These could include evening, night or very early morning shots. Special game underground hides bring the photographer within a very short distance of game at waterholes.

Game at Kansimba 

More then 1400 mammals live at Kansimba. You have a good chance to watch various wildlife during your walks and game drives. The undisturbed life around the farm allows you to get quite close to the game. And if you are lucky you might even see a leopard.

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