The well-known Loskop Dam Nature Reserve can be found 35km south of Groblersdal, in Mpumalanga Province.
It is 27km long which makes it the largest municipal dam in the Southern Hemisphere. The 27km long Loskop Dam is situated within the reserve which itself consists of 23 000 hectares of picturesque bushveld.
The Loskop Dam Nature Reserve is a luscious paradise and home to an abundance of vibrant birdlife and exciting wildlife. In fact, there are over 70 species of mammals on the reserve including three of the Big Five: Buffalo, White Rhino and Leopard.
Other fascinating wildlife such as hippo, warthog, giraffe, plenty of buck and other wildlife abound in the spectacular Loskop Dam reserve.
Game viewing by boat, water sports and hiking trails afford visitors the opportunity to explore all the wonders of this tranquil and picturesque area.
The Loskop Reserve is situated in a Malaria-free environment with lovely subtropical weather and summer rainfalls. The weather is therefore perfect all year round.
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