Serapa is an indigenous word meaning “the chase” and it embodies all the finer points of what we stand for. Over three and a half decades ago the Reyneke family welcomed their first visitors to their 46 000 acre piece of Kalahari Eden. Now it’s Yolande, Adolph and Abraham’s turn to personally invite you to experience one of the last great tracts of hunting land. A place they call home, and where they offer you and your family an unforgettable safari experience.
This vast stretch of land in the North West Province of South Africa lies close to the Botswana border, fringed by the Kalahari desert into the West, Gauteng province to the East, and the Free State to the South. This semi-arid desert terrain consists mostly of low-lying savannah scrubland, dotted by towering Camel Thorn Acacia trees.