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At the foot of the Garamoga Hill lies the Bakgatla Resort which consists of unique Colonial Styled Chalets, complemented by rolling lawns and a well positioned Olympic size swimming pool. For the more adventurous, Bakgatla can accommodate luxury caravan and casual campers with full service facilities at hand. This jewel may be found in the... more
Golden Leopard Resorts operates three safari resorts in Pilanesberg National Park in South Africa. Although often without electricty, these resorts offer African style luxury accomodations in the middle of big game country.... more
Pumula Lodge is set in magnificent gardens on top of a ridge with one of the finest views of Lake Kariba. Guests can take advantage of one of the lodge's cruisers and enjoy a day on the water, watching herds of elephant and buffalo and a variety of birds on the unique shoreline of petrified forests. Walking, fishing and some fantastic bird... more
Hunters Rest, a great escape from the frenetic pace of modern life ...to the quiet of a country retreat. For those who want to rest, this is a perfect setting -lush, tranquil garden, inhabited by exotic and indigenous birdlife and overlooked by the majestic Magaliesburg mountains. Here visitors will find a variety of well kept recreational... more
Deep in the heart of the Magaliesberg mountains, nestled along the banks of the Crocodile river, lies one of the most picturesque resorts. Mount Amanzi Lodge comprises of 168 self-catering chalets with both 5 or 6 beds. On the resort are 3 natural dams set amongst the trees, where one can enjoy the indigenous bird life. The country kitchen caters... more
Deep in the heart of the North West Province, just one and one-half hours north of Johannesburg, lies a city surrounded by acres of untamed Africa. This truly magnificent Palace, so legend says, was built for a king by an ancient civilization from North of Africa, who made this idyllic valley their home until it was destroyed by an earthquake. Now... more