Maroi Conservancy and Farming, Limpopo - HOME
Maroi Farming was established in 1993 with 350 hectares under cultivation that is divided between melons, citrus, tomatoes and other rotating crops.
Maroi Conservancy was founded in 2009 by Hannes Nel. It is the most northern hunting concession in South Africa. Situated on the banks of the mighty Limpopo River; the Conservancy is a mosaic of scenic landscapes, a fascinating cultural heritage and an abundance of wildlife species. It is an experience that only unfolds through personal presence.
Maroi Conservancy caters for the hunting of various species of wild animals on 9500 hectares/23500 acres of pristine Mopani, mixed Bushveld and dense river reign bush as well as on different hunting concessions in Southern Africa. Professional Hunters and Trackers provide guests with an unmatched African Odyssey.
Maroi Conservancy supports a regulated, sustainable management and conservation regime for game species. We pride ourselves on a prime environment for game animals.