Nestled below the majestic Northern Drakensburg Mountains in the Limpopo Lowveld. Accommodation is either in luxury suites with private bathroom or in comfortable rustic rondavel with shared accommodation. The two options are in separate camps.
Tucked away in the heart of the Blyde River Canyon, one of South Africa's most glorious scenic destinations, umVangati House is sure to restore your sense of peace from the moment you check in
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Amafu Forest Lodge is a dream location in the spectacular Blyde River Canyon area. The sheer krantzes of these mountains act as a backdrop to our five spacious, private units and two luxurious, intimate tented camps...
Situated in the Central Lowveld near the Blyderiver Canyon and the Kruger National Park, close to Hoedspruit. Tshukudu, a Big 5 Game Reserve, boasts 5000ha of unspoiled bush with a lovely view to the Drakensberg Mountains
BushGlam Luxury Holiday Home comprises three modern bedrooms, two state of the art bathrooms, spacious lounges, dining area and fully equipped kitchen. Outside is the perfect area to relax, here you can enjoy your own private pool and six seat...
Toro Yaka, which means "My Dream" in Northern Sotho, is a one-of-a-kind lodge situated in the unforgettably pristine bushveld of Balule, a 30 000 hectare nature conservancy in the Greater Kruger National Park area.
This lovely 8 sleeper self-catering bush lodge is situated in the heart of the secure Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate, apart from any neighbours and facing onto open bushlands, ensuring the ultimate in a private bush living experience. A watering hole outside
Ku Sungula Safari Lodge is a Greater Kruger Park Safari Lodge in South Africa which exudes the romance and beauty of a bygone age whilst offering every day comfort and convenience. Your stay with us is an unique, personalized adventure in the South Africa
Twiga Tower's Double Rooms are situated in the Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate. Guests can enjoy the peaceful bush surroundings as well as personalised Kruger National Park safaris and tours.
The JG Strydom Tunnel area also known as Manoutsa first came into being with the building of the JG Strydom tunnel in the late 1940s and can be found in the Valley of the Elephant, Limpopo Province. All the workers used the area as their camping site. The 132,3m tunnel which was named after a former Prime Minister, JG Strijdom was opened on the 8th of May 1959 and is on the Abel Erasmus Pass. The tunnel corner stone was layed on 8 May 1959 by the late Susan Strydom.
JG Strijdom Tunnel is a good traditional climbing area in Mpumalanga. The area was first climbed back in 1975 and slowly more and more routes have been added. The climbing is generally very good with superb views of the lowveld. The rock varies from one climb to another, but is normally excellent. It tends to be rather featured making apparently blank faces quite climbable, while providing excellent gear in both vertical cracks and on the faces themselves. The cliffs tend to be north facing and as such will be very hot in summer. The best time to climb will be winter, although spring and autumn will not be too bad. There are a lot of black-jacks present in the early winter which will make the descents a little less fun. Climbers are advised to take plenty of water, and allow for a 2 hour descent back to the car.