KwaThabisile Game Lodge offers self catering accommodation in the Leeuwkloof Valley Conservancy in the Dinokeng area, north of Pretoria in Gauteng. There are 7 self catering units (11 rooms in total) where we can accommodate up to 45 people comfortably, d
Beka Idube offers self catering tented accommodation near De Wagensdrift in the Dinokeng North area of Pretoria in Gauteng. We offer 3 bushveld luxury tents each sleeping 2 guests. (Regret No Children - or Pets). Beka Idube's tented camp is ideal for natu
Stumble Inn offers self catering accommodation in Dinokeng North in the Dinokeng area north of Pretoria. We provide 5 self catering chalets sleeping a maximum of 20 people sharing. This self catering game lodge situated in the Leeuwkloof Valley Conservanc
Halali Wilderness is a Private Game Ranch situated in the greater Dinokeng area, approximately an hour North of Pretoria, with a strong focus on combining luxury and the ultimate Bow hunting experience. We also offer a self catering option.
Mooiplasie Bushcamp provides self catering accommodation in a the Dinokeng big 5 Game Reserve north of Pretoria. We offer 10 units sleeping from 2 - 12 guests and can accommodate 40 in total. The Dinokeng Game Reserve is approximately 65km from Pretoria.
The small centre known as De Wagensdrift is situated some 30 kilometres to the north-east of Pretoria. Just to the south-west of De Wagensdrift is the Roodeplaat Dam and Nature Reserve. Roodeplaat Dam is surrounded by a number of campsites, self-catering chalets and full board resorts. Camping facilities are available in the section of the nature reserve on the western bank. The dam offers a wide variety of species for the bird lover and in several different vegetation types. There can be found open water, reedbeds, dense Acacia and mixed thornveld. There are a great variety of water birds as well as warblers, prinias, weavers and robins.
Pretoria itself was founded in 1855 by Marthinus Pretorius, a leader of the Voortrekkers, who named it after his father Andries Pretorius. During the First Boer War, the city was besieged by Republican forces in December 1880 and March 1881. The peace treaty, which ended the war, was signed in Pretoria on 3rd August 1881 at the Pretoria Convention. Pretoria achieved official city status in 1931.