The reserve falls under the conservation management authority of SANParks who, in the early days, stocked the reserve with game species that typically do not cross rivers.
Major rivers cutting across the Park are excellent year round birding environments and the Crocodile River is no exception. In fact the Crocodile River ecozone is an exceptional birding destination being a region where the distribution ranges of species typically found to the north and to the south of the region overlap. Mjejane Game Reserve boasts a large permanent dam and other lesser seasonal water holes – all of which attract game and prolific birdlife. The Mjejane bird list will continue to grow in number through the participation of owners and guests submitting their sightings made on and from the property.
Mjejane Game Reserve is first and foremost a place of rest – a wildlife sanctuary - where property owners will find a tranquil bush retreat alongside other like-minded investors.
Homeowners enjoy traversing rights on all open roads in the reserve in their own Mjejane registered open safari vehicles. Private cars may only travel to and from residential nodes along the main access road when entering into or departing from the reserve. A 500ha portion of the property stocked with non-dangerous game has been set aside for safe walking and mountain biking.
An outstanding feature of the lifestyle experience offered by this game reserve is the privately owned low level bridge between Mjejane and the Kruger National Park. This bridge provides Mjejane home owners with exclusive direct conditional access into the Kruger National Park. It is a first in the history of the Kruger and is likely to be the last as well.