Where the borders of Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa meet, exists one of the brightest stars in Botswana’s tourism universe, Mashatu Game Reserve.

Mashatu is part of a greater, unpopulated wildlife area situated in eastern Botswana. Located at the confluence of the mighty Limpopo and Shashe Rivers, this expanse of pristine wilderness, is guardian to the largest elephant population in private game reserve in Southern Africa. It is here that a vast geological treasure chest opens to a diverse landscape of undulating mopane veld, wide open plains, craggy sandstone hills and boundless azure skies. As the largest private game reserve in Botswana, at 42 000 hectares and one of the largest in Southern Africa.

Mashatu, being privately owned land, guarantees limited vehicles at wildlife sightings, where guides strategically position vehicles in a perfect, non-intrusive manner, to optimize intimate wildlife viewing.

The topography and biodiversity of the area are unique to Botswana, which makes it the perfect safari to complement other safaris in Africa.

Mashatu emulates Botswana’s objective for low impact tourism, ensuring a sense of exclusivity and privilege for those fortunate enough to visit this distinct part of Southern Africa.


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