Bonsberg the mountain kingdom game estate

Your wildlife utopia

Bonsberg Game Estate South Africa. Within the “Crocodile River Mountain Range Conservancy”, lies this eco-friendly Bonsberg Game Estate. It Encompasses 1000 hectares of land at an elevation of 1,036 meters above sea level. The reserve’s main goal is to promote, manage and conserve the ecology of the area. To introduce and restore the fauna and flora of many years ago.

At such a high elevation as mentioned above and it’s Lowveld connotation, it has no malaria. It lies only 30 kilometers away from Nelspruit the capital city of Mpumalanga in South Africa. 20 km from the Kruger-Mpumalanga International Airport. The world famous Kruger National Park is just around the corner ±25 minutes away at Malelane gate. A beautiful rolling hill mountainous reserve, offering an experience of a lifetime.

Bonsberg Game Estate South Africa

Despite nearness to all the above amenities. A picture of a Zebra provides an “Out of Africa” experience for those having a passion for nature. Bonsberg Game Reserve is home to a diversity of indigenous animals. Endemic species such as Blue Wildebeest, Klipspringer, Vervet Monkey troop, Mountain Reedbuck, Bushbuck.Bushpig, Nyala, Baboon Troop, Caracal, Red Duiker, Duiker, Giraffe, Serval, Steenbuck, Impala Warthog. Waterbuck, Kudu, Leopard, and Zebra.

Natural Beauty and Wildlife of Bonsberg Game Estate!

Bonsberg Game Estate South Africa

Yellow Billed Hornbill

On record, there are 118 bird species. A few species to mention; Crested Francolin, Shelley’s Francolin, Natal Spurfowl. African Black Duck, Lesser Honeyguide Indicator minor, Golden-tailed Woodpecker, Cardinal Woodpecker, Bearded Woodpecker. Yellow-fronted Tinkerbird, Black-collared Barbet, Crested Barbet, Crowned Hornbill and much more…

Boreholes are the main source of water supply to be pumped into sealed reservoirs high on a hill. Houses are then supplied with this clean treated water via gravity. Electricity at 220 voltage is supplied by Eskom. Property rates are levied by the Nelspruit Municipality. Sewerage is via French Drains and refuses disposal via incineration.

Wits University

Bonsberg Game Estate South Africa

A beautiful dam together with a bird hide for pleasure and relaxation!

A Wits University wildlife research field called: Pullen Game Reserve, forms part of the greater Bonsberg Game Eco Estate, ‘all’ internal fences have been dropped. Read all about their research work in this beautiful reserve!

For those of you interested in an exotic wildlife estate such as Bonsberg Game Eco Estate Nelspruit, and wanting to own wildlife property as part of a future lifetime experience, feel free to contact me!

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