We hunted on the Burchell Game Reserve with Frontier Safaris in the mountainous Eastern Cape. The reserve was roughly 75,000 acres, and although fenced, is larger than several “free range” islands I know of. I had some apprehension about what hunting a fenced ranch would be like, but quickly noted that the fence wasn’t like high fences I have seen in the states, more piecemeal, and at about seven- to eight-foot tall, many of the animals could jump it. From what I gathered, it was geared more towards keeping poachers out. I don’t think it came into play in my hunting experience. It was a small detail in a rugged, rolling landscape of rock, sand, sagebrush, and acacia trees.