Welcome to Mjejane Game Reserve and thank you for visiting our website.
Winchester Marketing is proud to be associated with real estate sales (freehold title stands, exclusive syndicated river lodges and timeshare) in Mjejane Game Reserve.
What makes this specific game reserve so desirable from an investment point of view is that it is the only private game reserve of its kind adjoining the southern boundary of the world famous Kruger National Park and at 4000ha it represents the last significant tract of pristine indigenous bush alongside the Crocodile River it this highly sought after area. The property enjoys an amazing 10 magnificent kilometres of fabulous Crocodile River frontage with the Kruger and of historical social significance and considerable comfort to investors is a settled land claim.
During 2008 the fence separating Mjejane Game Reserve from the Kruger National Park was removed to allow wildlife to move freely between the wildlife sanctuaries on either side of the river. Almost immediately herds of elephant and buffalo moved onto Mjejane along with predators such as lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena and wild dog. Species such as giraffe and zebra were re-introduced to the southern bank by South African National Parks and the conservation management of Mjejane was placed under the authority of SANParks. In essence Mjejane Game Reserve is an eco-extension of the Kruger National Park and it boasts the same diversity of game encountered in the much acclaimed Biyamiti region of the Kruger.
In November 2011, construction of a new low level bridge linking Mjejane to the Kruger Park was completed. The road link from this bridge to the Kruger's S25 road was completed in August of 2012 and now provides limited direct access from Mjejane into the Kruger National Park. This is a first in the history of the Kruger Park and a feature totally unique to Mjejane Game Reserve.
In view of the aforesaid, Kruger Park enthusiasts have been quick to realise that owning a bush lodge home in Mjejane is like owning one in the Kruger Park itself. Real estate sales have been strong, even through the recession, and numerous multimillion rand wholly owned and shared ownership bush homes have been constructed in the reserve. Recently a more affordable timeshare option was also launched. Does this sound like your kind of place?
If so read on by clicking on the navigation links and discover how you too can become part of the success of Mjejane Game Reserve. It's an unique inheritance for future generations.