Greater Kruger National Park , is joint venture between the Kruger National Park and the Associated Private Nature Reserves. Together they have an area of more than 20.000.000 Ha (or more than 20.000 Km²), under their joint conservation. Associated Private Nature Reserves, (APNR), is an association of privately owned nature reserves bordering on the Kruger National Park.

Collectively they represent 1,800 square kilometres (180,000 ha)[1] of land dedicated to conservation. In June 1993 the fences between Kruger National Park and the APNR were removed.[1][2]

The following reserves are members of the APNR:

Balule Nature Reserve, also known as Bulule Private Game Reserve .
Greater Olifants River Conservancy
Olifants West Game Reserve
York Game Reserve
Parsons Game Reserve
Olifants North Game Reserve
Grietjie Game Reserve.
Kapama Game Reserve, also known as Kapama Private Game Reserve.
Klaserie Game Reserve, also known as Klaserie Private Game Reserve.
Timbavati Game Reserve, also known as Timbavati Private Game Resereve.
Motswari Game Reserve
Ngala Game Reserve
Tanda Tula Game Reserve
Umlani Game Reserve
Thornybush Game Reserve, also known as Thornybush Private Game Reserve.
Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, also known as Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
Mala Mala Reserve,
Djuma Game Reserve,
Lion Sands,
Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve,
Londolozi Private Game Reserve,
Singita Game Reserve and
Ulusaba Private Game Reserve.
Umbabat Game Reserve, also known as Umbabat Private Game Reserve.