Bush 'n Buck Private Game Farm is your ultimate break away from the city life. Several species of buck, birdlife, insects & reptiles roaming freely across 120 hectares of malaria-free bushveld. Our facilities are fully equipped to cater for 56 guests
Santai's lavish 4-star accommodation offers the following; 10 Luxury en-suite guestrooms with private entrances. Situated in a lush, tranquil garden with beautiful trees and abundant birdlife. The interior decor reflects the style, grace and ...
Mgankla Lodge affords you optimal comfort for an unforgettable self-catering experience family getaway and a unique escape from busy life and a perfect opportunity to experience the feeling in having your "own" game farm.
Grasdak Guest House is an elegant guest house ideally situated in Brits in the heart of the North West Province, this cosy guest house offers all the facilities for a peaceful and quiet stay at reasonable rates. The house brings back memories of...
Shangrila Innibos is surrounded by the majesty of the Magaliesberg Mountain range opposite the world famous Elephant Sanctuary and within walking distance to the Monkey Sanctuary. Hartbeespoort Dam is very popular for weekend getaways or day trips.
Winchado Guest Lodge and Conference is a brand new facility situated on the Seasons Eco Golf Estate close to the Hartbeespoort Dam Wall. This is a malaria free area.
A peaceful retreat nestled alongside the tranquil Magalies River; Magalies Park is situated on 120 hectares of scenic parklands. This prime destination is set on the foot of the Magaliesberg Mountains and combines the best of nature with the best of leisu
Perfectly situated in the picturesque village of Kosmos, set against the Magaliesburg mountain range with uninterrupted views of the Hartbeespoortdam.
Serenity @ Harties is a lovely self-catering guest house with an oriental theme, ideally located in Kosmos, Hartbeespoort Dam. Kosmos is a gorgeous and secure little village situated on the banks of the popular Hartbeespoort Dam, a mere 40-minute...
The town of Brits was named after Gert Brits, owner of the farm Roode Kopjes, on which the town is situated. Brits started to grow very fast after the Hartebeespoort Dam was built. Irrigation systems allowed for new crops and very soon tobacco, corn, citrus, vegetables and even grapes were produced. Cattle farming are still the mainstay in the northern district of Brits, but through the years a few small industries were started. A plant that manufactures engine parts, an optical fibre manufacturer, and a fruit juice plant are just a few industries that started in the area.Granite, chrome and magnite are mined in the area. The local high school has it's own private nature reserve and it is well worth a visit. Approximately seven kilometers south of Brits is an old Karee tree. Under the tree is where a peace accord was signed between several factions to stop the civil war. If you follow the R566 northeast from Brits, you will come to the De Wildt Cheetah Research Centre. Please note that you are required to book well in advance for a guided tour of the facility. Cheetahs are not the only animals at the facility. You can also see Cape hunting dogs, sunis, blue duiker and the riverine rabbit.