About Atherstone Nature Reserve
Lying on the border of the North West Province, Atherstone Nature Reserve offers an exciting game viewing experience.
Black rhino and elephant are the biggest highlight for many visitors to this 23 500-hectare wilderness.
Characterised by extensive savannah plains with bushveld and Kalahari grasslands eco-systems, Atherstone supports a great diversity of wildlife and birds. Besides antelope, zebra and giraffe, buffalo and rare sable can also be seen.
Feathered friends to get twitchers ticking off boxes are the large number of grassland birds including the Kori bustard and secretary bird.
Directions to Atherstone Nature ReserveFrom Thabazimbi, drive past Ben Alberts Nature Reserve and follow the road to Oostermoed. Continue towards Dwaalboom and turn right in Dwaalboom to Atherstone Nature Reserve. The distance from Thabazimbi is 160km.
Atherstone Nature Reserve Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling