MOHOLOHOLO FOREST CAMP
Bush Lodges (Catered) Accommodation
in Kampersrus, Valley of the Olifants,
Limpopo, South Africa
Forest Camp is situated on the slopes of the majestic North Eastern Lowveld
Drakensberg mountain range. Hidden is a luscious rain forest, below Mariepskop.
Moholoholo - "The Very Great One"
Host to a unique habitat for over 300 bird species including 34 species of
raptors and 5 primates, amongst them the very rare Samango monkey.
Our host and hostess sincere hospitality makes any visitor feel at home and
"part of the family" within minutes after arriving. The lovely setting of the
camp soon soothes away stress while the peace and quiet of unspoiled nature
becomes a way of life. Country-style cooking enhances the intimate atmosphere
As the concept at Moholoholo is based on the environment and nature, we do not
have a swimming pool, television, radios, telephones or any shopping facilities.
Moholoholo is ideally situated for day excursions to the Kruger Park (Orpen Gate
+/- 60kms), Blyde River Canyon, Bourkesis Luck Potholes, Pilgrims Rest, Graskop,
Sabie each place known for either their beautiful waterfalls, views, history,
shops (+/- 230kms for a round trip), Khamia Snake Park (15kms), Cheetah Breeding
Project (16kms), Echo Caves (+/- 45kms), Bombyx Mori Silk Farm (+/- 6kms), all a
The Forest Camp comprises of 7 secluded double chalets and 1 family chalet all
with en suite shower and bath as well as 2 Brick Chalets with en suite shower
only. The main building is where the dining room and deck are situated. The deck
overlooks a small shady waterhole under a canopy of large trees where Nyala and
Bushbuck come to quench their thirst together with Samango monkeys under the
watchful eyes of birds such as Green Twin spots, Paradise Fly Catchers and Pygmy
Kingfishers. The waterhole is floodlit at night and visited by nocturnal animals
such as Bushpig, Civet and Porcupine.
Moholoholo has become a haven for the rehabilitation and care of abandoned,
injures and poisoned wildlife.
Wildlife is brought to the centre from all corners of South Africa, and once
healthy enough are re- introduced into their natural environments. Those
creatures that cannot be returned to the wild due to the nature and extent of
their injuries are cared for at the centre and are used to educate the many
people who visit us each year, both from across South Africa and abroad.
Another important function of the centre is breeding. We have successfully bred
and released into the wild the endangered Crowned Eagle, Serval and many others.
The rehab now houses confiscated lions from Mozambique Circus, Leopard, Caracal,
Serval, Cheetah, Crowned Eagle, Marshall Eagle, Vultures and many more that have
been confiscated, orphaned, abandoned or injured.
The costs have been high and at times desperate but the rehab seems to just
survive with the donations and money paid by the public to do a tour
The management and staff of Moholoholo Rehab Centre are a group of dedicated
conservationists committed to the preservation of our wildlife. Their intimate
knowledge of the animals they so lovingly care for and protect is nothing less
We invite you to come and share a unique experience with the animals of Africa.
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