Nestled within the Marataba area, our NJMORE Campus covers a meticulously managed 21,000-hectare portion of the expansive Marakele National Park. Located just 3.5 hours away from Johannesburg, this region offers a breathtaking slice of Waterberg wilderness. The landscape is striking, wildlife abundant, and the botanical diversity is equally captivating. Here, you can encounter the Big Five, alongside smaller and more elusive species, such as the critically endangered pangolin. Rare yellowwood and cedar trees, ancient cycads, and flourishing ferns are among the remarkable flora. The reserve also boasts a rich history, preserving ancient San Rock art and Iron Age sites. The Waterberg Biosphere Reserve, stands among the select 500 UNESCO biosphere reserves globally and is the sole savannah biosphere of its kind, in the world.
Our newest campus, the Kruger Campus, established in 2022, is located in close proximity to Hoedspruit in South Africa’s Limpopo Province. Here students are immersed in the renowned Greater Kruger region, celebrated for its vastness and untamed wildlife. Habitats range from the verdant banks of the Klaserie river, to the iconic open savannah plains that have made Africa famous. The sheer expanse and diversity of this wilderness is awe-inspiring, as animals have well over two million hectares to roam freely in the Kruger National Park. We are privileged to traverse the renowned Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, providing our students with an even richer wildlife experience. Here, you can regularly encounter the Big Five, as well as the numerous smaller mammals, reptiles, and arthropods that call the Lowveld home.