Mon Revè proudly offers luxury accommodation in Lephalale / Ellisras. The comfort and quality of service, as well as the beauty and infinite variety of the province will not only delight all who visit, but will entice visitors back again and again.
The Guesthouse, Bed and Breakfast, is situated next to the main road joining Ellisras (Lephalale) with Onverwacht.Physical address: Ellis st 3.Where you will find the power stations Matimba/ Medupi and Grootgeluk Coal Mine.
Bush Africa Safari Lodge has 3 luxury en-suite thatched chalets each with a bath and shower. Each chalet can accommodate up to 4 people. Each chalet is equipped with coffee/tea making facilities and a private patio overlooking the garden and pool...
Situated along the banks of the Mokolo River in the Malaria free, Waterberg Biosphere Reserve, this family-friendly Reserve has created a variety of unique visitor experiences around the awesome natural beauty of this 8,800 Ha (21,754 acre) reserve.
Lephalale used to be known as Ellisras. Lephalale is situated 64 km south of the Botswana border, making it an ideal overnight location for cross-border travel. This is a malaria free area.
Lephalale is also known for its mining. It has one of the largest open-grove coalmines, called Grootgeluk, in the world. The coal provides fuel for Matimba, one of the biggest air-cooled electricity powerplants in the world.
There are several private game reserves in the Lephalale area. Accommodation in the form of self-catering thatched chalets and wood cabins are available. Wildlife is abundant in the Lephalale area and visitors are likely to see most of the big five.
Activities in the Lephalale area include bird and animal watching from well-concealed hides, game drives in open vehicles, bush-picnics, guided walks and many more.
Facilities include outdoor pools, air conditioned conference facilities, fully equipped kitchens and outdoor braai/barbeque areas. There is some rock art close by and it is well worth a visit.