Found in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, this unique wilderness area with its diversity of habitat on top of the Soutpansberg and its privacy, which we fondly call Sigurwana Wilderness is connected with Tolo Wilderness – Giving access to the southern side of the mountain and a different habitat.

These two wilderness areas are true botanical paradises: there are more than 320 different species of trees, including an ancient yellowood forest, as well as rare cycads, attracting Samango monkeys, baboons, bush pig, crowned eagle, and rare birds. Sable, eland, kudu, leopard, caracal, porcupine and lots of indigenous game.