The Kat River conservancy is situated in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. This conservancy, which is over 125000 acres, was established in this cattle ranching area to promote the environment to ensure the enhancing of both flora and fauna.
The vegetation in the Kat River Conservancy varies from thick bushveld and indigenous forest to savannah.This country is home to most of South Africa’s browsing species of antelope. Hunting is typically done by sitting and glassing across valleys and then getting oneself in a position to make a clean shot.
Temperatures are somewhat warmer in this temperate low-lying, thickly wooded country than in the high altitude of the Stormberg Conservancy. The evenings can be cool and the days warm to hot.