Atherstone has 4 chalets, each has two single beds and one sleeper coach. each chalet can accommodate four people which brings to a total of 16 persons to be accommodated.
Most importantly the reserve boasts two game viewing hides overlooking the flat savannah plains and riverbeds where it is quite easy to spot animals, expecially during the drier winter months.
Officialy opened in 2006, Eclipse Safari Lodge Site was identified during the 2002 solar eclipse event where the nation gathered to witness one of the greatest wonders of nature.
This Lowveld bushveld reserve offers two well-signed hiking trails,
game viewing from your car and an informative educational centre.
Wildlife includes sable antelope and all the Lowveld species other
than the Big Five.
Just about 6km from Giyani lies Man'Ombe Provincial Park covering an area of 1352 hectares.
The unique Modjadji Cycad Reserve is named after the successive
rain-making queens who have inhabited the area since the 16th century,
guarding the ancient cycads.
The Nwanedi - Wildlife Resort offers a number of different different accommodation, including, Chalets, Tented Camps and a large Camping site
Group accommodation caters for groups of up to thirty people.
There is also dormitory-style self-catering accommodation and electricity
In addition there are campsites for thirty people
and picnic facilities. An old farmhouse is used for research purposes
and the reserve also has a lecture hall, which is ideal for conferences/
Shona Langa Resort is situated on the banks of the Olifants River 12km outside Phalaborwa “The Town of Two Summers” where a variety of game can be sighted.
Sightings range from elephant, leopard, lion, hippo, crocodile, giraffe, buffalo, impala and waterbuck, to mention but a few. Guests might have the unexpected surprise to find an elephant or buffalo roaming around in the resort during the day or night.
Enjoy birds and game viewing from the banks of the Olifants River and the tranquility of the Bushveld in the evenings.
This 16 bedded self-catering breathtaking safari lodge is perched on a cliff overlooking the banks of the Luvuvhu River.
The reserve provides accommodation at Kwarihoek bush camp and 6 rondavels that can accommodate 12 people
Several clear cool streams tumble from the misty peaks of the Wolkberg Mountains and find their way through pristine grasslands and indigenous forests into the Thabina Dam.