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Buffelcor Langkop Boerdery is a 2500ha family-operated cattle, sheep and game farm situated on the main route between Boshof and Kimberley on the R64. We boast nearly all plains-game as well as buffalo, sable, lechwe, bontebok and deer.

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Experience agriculture in one of the most fertile countries in Africa....

Zamag Tours & Safaris are experienced tour operator/ground handler in both agricultural tours and Safaris within Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Tanzania and have hosted groups from all over the owrld We have a team of agricultural experts and have been operating tours for past 25 years.
!Khwa ttu is a project dedicated to a San culture and education centre. It is run by a Non-Profit Company, jointly directed by the Swiss Ubuntu Foundation and San community, represented by WIMSA (Working Group for Indigenous Minorities in Southern Africa).
Cornelia Farm invites you to experience the tranquility of nature. Get away from the city rush and surround yourself with sheep, game animals and ostriches.
The lodge is situated at the back corner of Carnarvon estate in a quiet environment which affords nature loving guests to be in touch with nature.
Flintbeck is a family run fully operational cattle and game farm. The Schotfeldt family have been farming here since 1952, nestled in the valley of the ancient Magaliesberg mountain you will find rolling hills, open grass fields and an abundance of natural beauty covered in acacia and wild olive trees.
We are a tourism body with the mandate to promote the Gamtoos Valley, Eastern Gateway to the Baviaanskloof. Baviaans/Patensie/Hankey/Loerie/Thornhil.
Mpeti is a private game reserve owned by Charl Senekal, a sugar cane farmer in Kwa-Zulu Natal, and family managed.
WRSA is a registered nonprofit organisation representing the national and international interests of the industry, including the sustainable breeding, conservation, production and marketing of wildlife in South Africa.

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