Blouberg Nature Reserve near Vivo in Limpopo province, South Africa, is a provincial park.
The reserve is in the arid bushveld region and a part of the reserve is mountainous. The topography is varying from mountains to plains. You can see interesting Baobab trees here!
The reserve has a number of animals and a bird list of 232 species. The flagship for the reserve is the Cape Vulture. The breeding colony hosts more than 800 breeding pairs.
The reserve has a vulture restaurant with a hide, a network of roads and accommodation. The roads leading to the reserve is in good condition.
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