Doornkop unit 79 is your home away from home. This unit easily accommodates six people with its two en-suite main bedrooms and loft room with own bathroom for four children. Share the bush experience with friends or family.
Intaba lodge is situated between Carolina and Machadadorp in the picturesque Mpumalanga Province in the Doornkop Wildlife and Fish Resort. At Intaba Lodge, six luxurious, spacious en-suit bedrooms await you. It is an African experience in comfort, style
Everything is provided own pool towels are required. There is a hot and cold swimming pool at reception as well as a restaurant and shop. There are 8 trout fishing dams with catch and release options.
The house is situated up against a hill with stunning views of the mountains, valleys and fly fishing dams. Very private as the house is build on a hectare stand, within the greater resort.
Enjoy the warm embrace of the Shamrock Arms Guest Lodge, which offers good value, tranquil surroundings and wholesome food. Shamrock Arms is also the perfect base from which to explore many places of interest and scenic beauty in Mpumalanga.
This AA Recommended self catering accommodation is found in the quaint, unspoilt village of Machadodorp, situated just off the N4 Maputo Corridor, an easy two and a half hour drive from Gauteng.
This luxurious guest house consist of 6 rooms each with a private entrance, en-suite bathroom, satellite tv ,free Wi-fi, coffee-making facilities, fridge, microwave, desk and desk lamp as well as secure parking.
With 14 twin lakeside suites and 20 gorgeous twin estate rooms, each beautifully appointed room has a magnificent view of the rolling hills.
There are 10 elegant self-contained lodges, which are fully equipped and sleep four people. Each unit has two bedrooms, one of which is en-suite. The second bathroom has a shower, toilet and vanity.
The small town of Badplaas lies nestled at the foot of the Ndlumudlumu Mountains, in the Mpumalanga grasslands region, between the towns of Machadodorp and Carolina.
Badplaas is perhaps best known for its hot
mineral springs, which spews an impressive 30,000 litres of water per
hour. The springs were originally known by local inhabitants as Emanzana, which
means healing waters, and relatively unknown by Europeans until 1876, when they
were presented to a hunter named Jacob De Clerq by the Swazi Chief. De Clerq
later built a trading store in the area, and developed the spring so that
visitors could also enjoy the benefits of it's relaxing and medicinal properties.
With the discovery of Gold in the De Kaap Valley, near Barberton, Badplaas quickly started to grow, first as a stopover point along the wagon route to the Lowveld, and later as a public health resort when the government proclaimed it so in 1947.
Today the Badplaas resort and spa is well known amongst many South
Africans as an award-winning establishment. Aside from the hot springs, Badplaas
offers its visitors a variety of other interesting activities an attractions
which include the Vygeboom Dam, an increasingly popular trout and bass fishing
For nature enthusiasts, the 1500 hectare Emanzana (Badplaas) Nature Reserve provides hours of excellent hiking, game drives, with 300 species including the Knysna loerie, olive bush-shrike, malachite humming bird and the trumpeter hornbill.
Other hikes and walks in the region include a walk which leads visitors along a series of century-old water canals, to a magnificent plummeting waterfall and awe inspiring views over the valley.
For avid golfers, Badplaas also features a nine hole golf course, located about 7 kilometres from the Forever Resort in town.