The S26 (Bume Road) is a scenic drive between the S114 and S108. This area is known for its sweet grass, which attracts grazers like Zebra, Wildbeest and Impala, with predators normally not far behind.
Knobthorn, Marula and Bushwillow can be found along this route, where grazers such as Kudu and Giraffe can be spotted regularly and herds of Elephant in the lush riverbed.
On the lower hills Klipspringer can be found.
The S26 is 34 kilometers (21 miles) long.
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