Wild Encounters in the Dome

Savannah Plains, bush and the unique biodiversity of the Vredefort Dome create natural habitats for small and big game and an abundance of natural vegetation.
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Buffalo flourish in the bushveld habitat of the Vredefort Dome.Photo: Jan Fourie

Buffalo flourish in the bushveld habitat of the Vredefort Dome.Photo: Jan Fourie

Chacma Baboons were introduced to the Vredefort Dome  by Johannes Van der Merwe on his farm Thabela Thabeng. Today the Chacma is a part of the dome wildlife.

Chacma Baboons were introduced to the Vredefort Dome by Johannes Van der Merwe on his farm Thabela Thabeng. Today the Chacma is a part of the dome wildlife.

Dry, Drier, Desert - Stotting or Pronking

Dry, Drier, Desert - Stotting or Pronking

Rain on a savannah plain in the Dome Photo credit: : Tracey Fourie

Rain on a savannah plain in the Dome Photo credit: : Tracey Fourie

Photo credit: Savannah Africa Volunteer

Photo credit: Savannah Africa Volunteer

Photo Credit: Savannah Africa Volunteer

Photo Credit: Savannah Africa Volunteer

The tall grass of the savanna plains perfectly suit the wildlife in the Vredefort Dome. Photo credit: Tracey Fourie

The tall grass of the savanna plains perfectly suit the wildlife in the Vredefort Dome. Photo credit: Tracey Fourie

The abundance of tall trees is to the advantage of giraffes who thus have no feeding competition. Photo credit: Tracey Fourie

The abundance of tall trees is to the advantage of giraffes who thus have no feeding competition. Photo credit: Tracey Fourie

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