Limpopo-Lipadi



Address:

Botswana

Central

Eastern Botswana/Tuli Block


Coordinates:

Latitude: -22.586049

Longitude: 28.516603


Administrator

Contact:

+ 267 724 79048

+27 (0) 76 989 4381

+267 7247 9048


Communication language

English, Afrikaans


E-mail

enquiries@limpopo-lipadi.org

Web-site

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Limpopo-Lipadi is a private game and wilderness reserve on the northern bank of the Limpopo River in Tuli Block, south-eastern Botswana. Our shareholders aim to make a difference, create a legacy, and have fun.

 

 

At 20 700 hectares, or 207 square kilometers, the reserve is large enough to sustain a natural predator–prey balance. Thanks largely to various types of habitat it has incredible biodiversity. Formerly farmland, the reserve is well along in the process of reverting to its natural state. Our restoration strategy is science-based, with no short cuts. The owners view the reserve as a “home away from home” in the African wilderness that empowers them to leave a conservation legacy without having to deal with the complexities and costs of personally managing their own game reserve. Owning a share entitles shareholders to visit the reserve, enjoy its facilities (including luxury lodges) and to get involved in conservation and community projects at their discretion. Our shareholders aim to make a difference, create a legacy, and have fun.

 

 

Our shareholders enjoy enormous personal satisfaction and ongoing enjoyment from their investment, and are proud to leave a legacy for future generations. Shares in our public company are priced in US dollars and enjoy the benefit of Botswana’s vibrant economy and status as a stable democracy and a member of the Commonwealth. Capital from share sales is used to acquire land, develop the reserve infrastructure, and to settle our development finance loan.

 

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  • Game drives and bush walks.
  • Stargazing.
  • Painting and photography.
  • Birdwatching.
  • Sitting at the number of viewing hides and waterholes.
  • Bush dinners with friends.
  • Braais on the riverbank.
  • Learning about tracking, trees and more.
  • Jogging and mountain biking.
  • Visiting local schools and villages

 

  • Activity Suggestions:
  • Visiting archaeological sites in the reserve.
  • Exploring the dry riverbed in winter.
  • Tracking wild dogs on foot.
  • Fishing.
  • Spending time with the anti-poaching patrol.
  • Relaxing by the pool with a good book.
  • Hiking to the top of Lipadi Hill.
  • Business strategy sessions with colleagues.
  • Conservation and social responsibility projects.
  • Infrastructural projects.
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