umVangati House provides stunning and exclusive bed and breakfast accommmodation in the Hoedspruit District in the Limpopo province. Tucked away in the heart of the Blyde River Canyon, one of South Africa's most glorious scenic destinations, umVangati Hou
Amafu Forest Lodge provides authentic self catering bush lodge accommodation in Kampersrus, in the Blyde River Canyon area in the Valley of the Olifants region of Limpopo. Choose from 7 chalets, being either a 2-sleeper, 4-sleeper or 8-sleeper. Stylishly
BushGlam Luxury Holiday Home offers luxury self catering accommodation in Hoedspruit in the Valley of the Olifants region of the Limpopo province. BushGlam Luxury Holiday Home comprises three modern bedrooms (sleeps 6), two state of the art bathrooms, sp
Woodlands Bush Lodge offers self catering bush lodge accommodation in the heart of the secure Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate in the Limpopo province. This lovely 8 sleeper self-catering bush lodge is situated apart from any neighbours and facing onto open bus
shukudu Bush Camp offers a true bushveld experience in the Tshukudu Game Reserve in the Hoedspruit District of the Limpopo province. Situated in the Central Lowveld near the Blyderiver Canyon and the Kruger National Park, close to Hoedspruit. Tshukudu, a
Shikwari Bush Lodge offers fully catered accommodation near the J.G Strydom Tunnel in the Hoedspruit district of the valley of the Olifants in Limpopo. Situated in Shikwari Nature Reserve, we offer two camps on the reserve close to Kruger Park & the Panor
Toro Yaka Bush Lodge provides fully catered bush lodge accommodation in the Balule Game Reserve in the Hoedspruit district of the Limpopo province. Toro Yaka, which means "My Dream" in Northern Sotho, is a one-of-a-kind lodge situated in the unforgettably
Ku Sungula Safari Lodge offers fully catered bush lodge accommodation in the Balule Nature Reserve in the Hoedspruit District in the Limpopo province. Experience the wild heart of Africa's bushveld with a touch of luxury. Ku Sungula Safari Lodge is a Grea
Our luxury self catering chalets, have their own gardens with barbeque facilities and secure undercover parking. Each fully equipped chalet includes either one or two bedrooms, a lounge with fireplace and satellite television to get our local ...
We have 3 luxury 6-sleeper chalets consisting of two spacious bedrooms each. The chalets are complete with a bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and a lounge with a double bunker bed. In addition, we have a 2-sleeper miner's cottage
Kampersrus is situated on the foothills of Mariepskop, in Limpopo Province, where the battle of the Bapedi people took place . The town came into being long after the wars on the farm Bedford which was owned by Mr Mare who parted with his land to establish a town and school for the surrounding area. The town later became Kampersrus and the school is still named Mariepskop. Kampersrus is the ideal base to visit the greater Kruger to Canyon biosphere reserve and the panorama. The biosphere area includes parts of the Kruger National Park, the Underberg area of Mpumalanga and the Drakensburg Mountain Range. The town is flanked by Moholoholo Mountain reserve on the one side and by Moholoholo Forest Camp and Rehabilitation centre on the other. Mariepskop forms the backdrop to the town from all angles. Mariepskop is a nature reserve and is the same height as Table Mountain with similar fauna and flora. The Samango monkeys roam the forest of the mountain slopes in town and up to the mountain. The Mariepskop emperor butterfly is another inhabitant of the forests and exists only here. A large variety of endangered animals inhibit these parts of the mountain range and that is why Kampersrus is included in the Kruger to Canyon biosphere. The town boasts numerous businesses including various restaurants, bush pub, filling station, general store, post office and bottle store, ice cream shop to name but a few. Hoedspruit is the nearest town 29 kms away and there one can get almost anything. One of the spectacular sights to see is at the Blyde River Dam and is the Kadishi waterfall, which is one of the few tufa waterfalls in the world. This is unique in that it is built up by fossilized rock and does not erode as other waterfalls do. This is seen best on the boat ride on the Blyde Dam which lies in the Blyde Canyon and is the third largest canyon in the world.