Travel back in time to an 1800s homestead style atmosphere, with the rustic charm of Rondawel architecture and adorning Leadwood accents. 4 stand-alone chalets accommodate 2 people each, and 1 private family-style cottage sleeps 8. Our maximum occupancy is 16, so why not book the entire place to bring together family and friends?
Find time for yourself at one of our favourite fishing spots, the Mogalakwena River viewing deck – soak in the complete seclusion less than a 1 minute walk away.
Our camp area is a well-maintained and fenced garden for the safety of children and pets, who can gallivant in the grass. The only animals who sneak in are an exotic array of birds, chattering Vervet monkeys, and a shy rock monitor lizard.
All rooms are air conditioned to relieve you from the South African sun.
We offer self-catering and full board packages to suit your needs and budget requirements. Click here for our rates.
The stand-alone chalets surround the Main Lodge, where you can lounge by the pool, prepare a hearty dinner around the outdoor barbecue area, or dine more formally in the indoor dining and living room area. There is also a fully equipped kitchen, which is included in our housekeeping and which is serviced daily. For the sports fanatics, we have a bar area equipped with DSTV.
Each stand-alone chalet consists of a king bed and an en-suite bathroom, with the option of adding an additional 2 twin beds per room for your children.
The self-catering family cottage for 8 guest is a private unit with its own kitchenette and outside barbecue area, and is located a distance away from the other abodes for a more exclusive get-away.
The spacious master bedroom has a king sized bed, and the twin bedroom adjacent has an en-suite shower and toilet so that both parties have their own bathroom to use.
A loft upstairs is equipped with up to 4 additional single beds, and also has its own en-suite toilet.
All rates include one complimentary game drive per day with a seasoned guide.
R500.00 per person per night (adults);
R350.00 per person per night (children under age 12).
R1,500.00 per person per night.
Breakfast, 3 course lunch and dinner, and drinks are included.
December - February:
Scorching summer in Limpopo means no to shirts, and yes to pool time. Temperatures rise over 35ºC, with occasional respite of an afternoon thunderstorm. Luckily, the temperature drops greatly after sundown.
March - May:
These transition months are underrated in terms of weather and game-viewing. Daytime temperatures are typically milder than in summer, but again chilly in the evenings. Spring time is from September to November, with similar climate but longer days Several antelope species give birth as the rains return.
June - August:
South Africa's winter season is still temperate in the daytime compared to in the Northern hemisphere, but a braai is definitely needed to sit outside during evenings. The lower angle of the sun in the afternoon sky makes for remarkable golden photography.
What to bring:
We are a malaria-free zone, so vaccinations are not necessary. However, in summer it's advisable to bring bug and mosquito spray for your comfort. Always pack sun-screen, sunglasses, a re-usable water bottle, walking shoes or hiking boots, a camera, and adaptor plugs, regardless of the time of year.
For self-catering guests, it's important to bring more drinking water than you think you need, as the water extracted from the bore hole here is full of salty minerals and only suitable for cooking
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Alternative Number: +27 (0)78 564 8123
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