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Sable Breeding Projects Mulati Safari Camp

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The Sable breeding project was introduced to Mulati Safari Camp, Limpopo, South Africa. It was an initiative taken to expand on the already diverse antelope species available to see on the property. A start-up herd of females, female calves and one bull was introduced. It was felt that having one of Africa’s most majestic antelope species on the conservancy would create new excitement amongst guests visiting and allow them the opportunity to see them in real life.

Due to Sable being very particular about their environment, competition and selective grazing habits it was decided that a camp had to be built within the conservancy. The camp has been divided into two, a winter and summer camp, with the size of each measuring 10 hectares. At the centre of the camps is a boma that the sable use to drink water and use as shelter.

Since inception, the breeding herd has overwhelmed everyone’s expectations.

This offers the guest to Mulati Safari Camp looking for a bit different family holiday in South Africa, in a luxurious way, and get to see the Sable breeding project on our game drives at Mulati. This is also a must for any wildlife photographer looking for the ultimate game shot of these rare and yet beautiful antelope. The Sable antelope are currently on the endangered species lists due to over hunting, poaching and habitat destruction.