Bush Haven Bed & Breakfast is situated on a 24 ha small holding 15 km to the west of Rustenburg Mall with beautiful views of the Magalies Mountains
Boubou B&B offers 4-star accommodation near Sun City and Pilanesberg National Park. In addition to a beautiful, restful garden, our property includes 25ha of pristine bush, which supports a herd of nyala, blesbuck plus other small game such as duiker, ste
The Bulls in the Bush Guest House and Restaurant is situated in the heart of North West Province, South Africa, 20 km from Sun City, and 25 km from Rustenburg, surrounded by Lion Parks, National Game Reserves, Hunting and hiking routes.
Beautifully set on the outskirts of the Dithabaneng Section of Phokeng Village in Rustenburg, you will find this stunning 5-star Boutique Bed & Breakfast, offering guests a unique African experience that embraces a village styled setting.
In the shadow of the impressive Magaliesberg Mountain Range lies the beautiful and vibrant city of Rustenburg. GRAND CENTRAL GUESTHOUSE, RUSTENBURG is a new guesthouse with a homely, laid-back atmosphere and offers affordable, yet stylish extra-ordinaire
Pine Inn Lodge is situated 2.8km from Rustenburg CBD and Waterfall Shopping Mall on the Johannesburg road.
Set in the northern western side of the greater Pilanesberg National Park and only 33km from Sun City, this malaria free Big Five private game lodge is surrounded by the trees of an old Tambuti forest within the Black Rhino Game Reserve....
Buffalo Thorn Self Catering Lodge is a luxury 10 sleeper private lodge located in the Black Rhino Game Reserve, which is 30 kilometres from Sun City in the heart of the North West Province in South Africa
Only 2 hours from Johannesburg and 30 km outside of the City of Rustenburg, Moedwil is just off the N4, en route to the Botswana border.
Moedwil falls under the greater Rustenburg/Bojanala region - malaria-free, natural bushveld terrain and a favourite part of the country for Gautengers. There are a number of game reserves and parks in this natural game area and the region offers the eco-tourist a selection of activities other than game viewing, such as hiking trails, abseiling, Stone Age relics (the Cradle of Humankind rests around Rustenburg and the Magaliesberg) and the Rustenberg Nature Reserve.
Rustenburg, proclaimed a city only in 1998 but founded as early as 1851, lies at the foot of the Magaliesberg. Its jacaranda-lined streets belie the fact that Rustenburg is essentially a platinum and precious metal mining town.
Rustenburg is close to the Lost City, home to designer golf courses and the largest casino in the country and the Rustenburg Ramble hosts a number of arts and crafts shops.