Kwa Maritane Cam

Kwa Maritane waterhole live cam

The Africam Kwa Maritane waterhole camera is a webcam situated in Pilanesberg Game Reserve, South Africa. It faces a waterhole that is frequently visited by various African animals.

The broadcast runs 24/7 and features pan, tilt, and zoom functions. This way, you can get some incredible shots of the wildlife.

Wildlife spotted on the Kwa Maritane cam live stream include everything from the Big Five to other species like springbok, kudu, hippos, and wildebeest.

Read on for more information on this insightful broadcast.

Where is the Africam Kwa Maritane Waterhole Camera?

The live waterhole camera is located in front of Kwa Maritane Bush Lodge in Pilanesberg National Park.

Pilanesberg is among the best safari destinations in South Africa. It is also the country’s fourth-largest game reserve.

The park boasts an area of 550 square kilometers and is situated within a large volcano crater that erupted around 1200 million years ago.

The area is ecologically rich, offering endless game viewing opportunities and a wide range of accommodations.

Much of the game found in the nature reserve can be observed on the Kwa Maritane hide webcam.

What Wildlife Can You See on the Kwa Maritane Waterhole Cam?

White rhinoceros reflection in Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa

Pilanesberg is home to over 7000 animals and 360 bird species. So you can imagine the variety of animals that can be seen on the webcam.

On the Pilanesberg National Park webcam, see lions, elephants, rhinoceros, leopards, buffalo, and everything beyond the Big Five.

This includes a wide range of animals, including zebras, giraffes, and various species of antelope.

Believe it or not, even wild dogs are sometimes spotted on the waterhole camera. However, they are a rare sight.

Watch the Kwa Maritane Hide Webcam

Want to see the Africa live webcam for yourself? Click on the YouTube video player below. Depending on the time of day, you’re bound to spot something exciting.

NB: If you’re having issues with the webcam viewer, please clear your cache. If it still doesn’t work, you may need to try this page in another Internet browser (this usually solves the problem).

As a last resort, give us your feedback in a comment below and we’ll investigate further. Thank you.

Feel free to comment below to share your latest wildlife sightings at Kwa Maritane.

Enjoy your virtual safari! 😉

Let the Pilanesberg Webcam Inspire Your Next Safari

Zebra by the lake in Pilanesberg Game Reserve

Feel inspired by the array of wildlife shown on the Kwa Maritane webcam in Pilanesberg National Park? Then consider going on a real life African safari.

In addition to Pilanesberg, popular South African safaris include Mala Mala game reserve, the famed Kruger National Park, and many more.

No matter where you visit, you’re sure to experience the most incredible wildlife sightings.

To book a trip, check out these African safari deals. Or see the links below for more incredible videos and photos of African animals.

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178 thoughts on “Kwa Maritane Cam”

  1. What has happened to the live cam at Kwa Maritane? Now it is shown via YouTube. It is just showing the same video of a warthog over and over, not live footage.

      1. Hi Celia. Are you able to watch the webcams nowadays?

        If not, which Internet browser do you use? Noticed there’s still a glitch when using Firefox, but on Chrome or Safari it seems to be working fine.

        Keep me posted, cheers.


    1. Helen Phillips

      Saw some lovely baboons now, it was so incredible! Was so exciting to see them! I used to visit Kwa Maritane every year with my family for many years and now live in Australia. So pleased to be able to see the waterhole on webcam. Going down to the hide was one of my favourite things to do when at Kwa Maritane. Thank you! 😊

  2. Watching these beautiful animals is just wonderful. Thank you camera person for a job well done. Makes me want to see this in person.

      1. Starky from germany

        Cool, two Rhinos in the evening.. for about 5 seconds 🙁 Every time if the rhinos there on cam the cam goes away and show me the meadow and the water on the left side of the waterhole 🙁 – every time- sorry for my English. i´m from Germany 😀 OOH and birds. Hehe

  3. Janet Patton Browning

    I haven’t actually seen them, but there is a lot of vocal activity from the elephants tonight…not sure what is going on with them here.

  4. Janet Patton Browning

    I also don’t hear the elephants trumpeting like they were before, so evidently the fire is out…hopefully.

  5. Janet Patton Browning

    It looks like some sort of lights, maybe from vehicles near that fire sight and the fire seems to have been put out? I hope so, if it was a wild fire…poor animals have enough to contend with here.

  6. Janet Patton Browning

    I see what looks like a fire just beyond the wooded area between the lit buildings and the water hole. The elephants are trumpeting and audibly upset over something…not sure if it’s the fire or what…

  7. Janet Patton Browning

    I doubt the leopard would be interested in the elephants, but the elephants just don’t like big cats…that’s what alerted me to the two leopards the other night…the elephants were drinking from the water here and all of the sudden the elephants started making a lot of noise…then I saw the 2 leopards and the elephants left after they sounded off at them.

  8. Janet Patton Browning

    The cams usually zoom in when there is motion somewhere, but it hasn’t zoomed in yet and it’s been there for quite a while now.

  9. Janet Patton Browning

    Anyone know what the animal is that is to the left of the break in the wooded area, just beyond the water hole? Has to be a predator, because it is eating something…the only animals that eat anything here are elephants, giraffes and predators, that I know about.

  10. Janet Patton Browning

    OMG…first time I have ever seen leopards here…there are two of them drinking at the water hole right now…

  11. Janet Patton Browning

    this baby elephant can’t be even a week old yet…it is very small…it was nursing off it’s mom, while she was drinking…didn’t want to let go…so cute

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