Almar Exclusive Game Ranch is located on a game farm in Bloemhof District in a malaria free area, away from busy City Life, a perfect break-away where you can unwind and relax next to the pool while watching game drinking from the water-hole or either going on a hike enjoying the peaceful surroundings and clean air.
Night time is best enjoying a braai or relaxing around a bush fire listening to the sound of a jackal calling. Birdlife & wildlife such as Eland, Gemsbuck, Red Hartebeest, Kudu, Blesbuck, Springbuck, Ostrich, Waterbuck & Zebra roam the farm.
We are situated between Kimberley on the N12 Treasure Route. (±3.5 hours drive from Johannesburg) In the South Eastern corner of the North West Province.
We also offer the following facilities:
Conference, Weddings (Chapel) and Hunting (Affiliated to PHASA)
2 x Luxury Self-Catering Units accommodating 8 people each.
- An open-plan kitchen, lounge with DSTV & Air-conditioning.
- 3 x bedrooms, main bedroom with Lock-up safe & Hairdryer,
- 2 x bathrooms and small private boma for braais/barbecue each.
- Fully serviced daily.
Facilities on site
- Air-conditioner (all units)
- Bar / Cocktail Lounge
- Bird Watching
- Braai / Barbeque
- Conference & Functions
- Covered Parking
- DSTV (all units)
- Game on site
- Game Drives
- Hairdryer (all units)
- Kitchen in units (fully equipped)
- Lock-up Safe (all units)
- Microwave (all units)
- Outdoor Pool
- Pool Table
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
- TV (flat screen)
- TV (all units)
- Wedding Chapel
The S.A. Lombard Nature Reserve was one of the earliest wildlife conservation research centre in South Africa and is credited with having saved the black wildebeest from extinction in the wild. Not open to public (±8km)
Bloemhof Dam one of the largest dams in South Africa covering an area of some 25 000 ha and reaching over 100 km upstream from the wall - fed by the Vaal River (±32km)
Sandveld Nature Reserve, on the Free Sate side of Bloemhof Dam, regarded as a top birding spot. White rhino, giraffe, buffalo, sable and roan antelope blue wildebeest, zebra and other mammals are all present. (±34km)
Nkolo Spa (±40km)
Taung Heritage Site. The world famous archaeological site where the fossilized skull of a young child was discovered by miners in 1924. The skull was taken to Dr Raymond Dart an Australian archaeologist who named it Australopithecus Africanus - meaning the southern ape of Africa