The word game reserve refers to the area of a land that has been kept aside for the maintenance and development of wildlife; this is mainly done for the hunting purposes of tourists. Many of these game reserve locations are found in Africa, many tourists also take part in the wild game hunting or on the safari tour of the wild. A game reserve is not just a piece of land that is used for the hunting of wildlife; it is also a place which protects the ecosystems. Some of the game reserves boast more than 3 ecosystems at a time. Sometimes the count also reaches to 5 which range from the Valley bushveld, the fynbos, the riverine forest, the acacia woodland and the savannah grasslands.