The Sabi Sand Wildtuin has changed name to the Sabi Sand Nature Reserve. The reserve, of which Cheetah Plains is part of, exists to protect, preserve and promote a remarkable part of the Greater Kruger National Park’s open ecosystem.
The commitment to the sustainable management of this pristine wilderness area between the Sabi and Sand Rivers, and the work with community partners, supports the ongoing wildlife conservation work including rigorous anti-poaching efforts. The Sabi Sand Nature Reserve has gained international recognition for its collaborative approach to protecting endangered species and ensuring that this unspoiled area retains its unique character for many generations to come.
To read about some of the conservation efforts including river monitoring, veld condition assessments and endangered species programmes, click here.