This breezy resort capitalizes on the striking correlation between its waters, rocks and tall trees that overshadow the beautiful wooden chalets neatly tucked alongside the river bank.
The overflowing sound of water persuades its visitors to unwind and ease tension. It is a place where pure natural crystal-clear swimming pools form and waterfalls break the silence.
As in its name Lekgalameetse, 'The Place of water ', hosts and generates water for most of the prominent rivers in the Lowveld, and has water flowing through it all year round.
Lekgalameetse is equipped with four accommodation sites, in the form of seven wooden chalets, one guest house and one youth camp. All in all the reserve can host up to 43 guests.
Guided trails and 4X4 tracks can take you a journey a tale of the British soldiers who settled in the area after the Anglo-Boer War. These can also lead you to unique areas in the reserve, such as The Downs and Church forest.