Lajuma Research Centre is situated in the northern part of South Africa high up in the Soutpansberg Mountain Range between Louis Trichardt (Makhado) and Vivo.
Lajuma has been declared a Natural Heritage Site and forms part of a private wilderness area within the Vhembe Biosphere Reserve. We have beautiful mountain scenery, a variety of veld types including montane forests and grasslands, clear mountain streams with waterfalls and interesting archaeological sites. The area has a remarkable diversity of plants and rare animals such as Narina Trogon, Crested Guineafowl, Sykes Monkey and Red Duiker. Leopard are relatively abundant, but are rarely seen.
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