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Situated on the banks of the majestic Crocodile River, the Mjejane Game Reserve offers visitors a truly African Bush Experience.
The reserve is 4000 hectares in extent, has 10km of river frontage and is located inside the Kruger National Park game fence – allowing wild animals from KNP to move freely in and out of Mjejane.
This coupled with direct access to the Kruger National Park via a low-water bridge makes this location ideal for game viewing and experiencing the African Bush.
Shared ownership options in this eco-tourism development are available starting from as low as R11 133 mid-week and R22 266 full week.
Monthly instalments start at only R288.
The land on which the Mjejane Game Reserve was established traditionally belonged to the local Mjejane community but was expropriated during the apartheid era. The land was eventually returned to the Mjejane community as part of the post-apartheid land claims process.
Traditional Chief Lugedlane helped facilitate a partnership between his people and the developers in terms of which the community will benefit from revenue generated by the facility.
This will have a more beneficial long-term effect on the community than simply allowing the land to be used for subsistence farming as has unfortunately happened in the case of some other land claim properties.