The Naye Naye Conservancy was declared a conservancy by the ministry of Environment and Tourism in 1998, the first of its kind. Along with being the ancestral home of the Ju/ ‘hoansi San, the area is also home to a vast array of wildlife including numerous antelope species, elephant, spotted hyena and wild dog. Rare wattled cranes, slated egrets and flamingoes migrate to its waters during the rainy season. You can also take part in some of the San’s traditional activities. Although easily accessible, the area can become a challenge in terms of muddy roads during the rainy season. A true African gem area rich in wildlife, not to be missed!
Lapa Lange's Qoi Fish pond
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