Tillietudlem Game Reserve


South Africa


D522 Road, Upper Dargle, 3227 Impendle


Latitude: -29.602639

Longitude: 29.869848



033 234 9045

033 234 9046

Communication language

English, Afrikaans




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Tillietudlem Game Reserve is a 2000 ha game reserve situated in the most scenic part of the Midlands Meander. Its main function is to protect one of the most threatened eco-systems in Africa – the mountain mist-belt grasslands. More than 60% of all grassland biomes have already been modified, mostly under forestry or arable agriculture. As a result, only 2.2% of the South Africa’s mountain mist-belt grassland biome remains under formal conservation. This is despite it being one of the richest and most diverse habitats in the world.



A visit to Tillietudlem Game Reserve will expose you to much of this biodiversity should you take even a short walk in the open grassland or indigenous forests. You cannot help stumble across many of nature’s treasures here, from the largest of all antelope species, the gracious Eland, to the delicate wild flora found along the banks of the streams.



Tillietudlem hosts most of the wild game that would have occurred in this area naturally, and it is managed to optimize the variety and well-being of all species.


Activities on The Reserve


Tillietudlem Game reserve and the surrounding midlands meander offer a myriad of activities for young and old. Alternatively, relax around the fireplace and absorb the peace and tranquility.


Fly Fishing

Walking and Game Viewing

Mountain Biking


Nguni cattle

Activities in the Midlands meander

Midlands Meander

Dargle Valley Pottery

Karkloof Canopy Tours

Stormy Hills Trails and Tails

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