Game Drives in Waterberg Region

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Game Drives

At Limpopo we offer game drives for the people who have thirst to view our natural beauty. A game drive in Limpopo is a lifetime experience. The excellent game viewing experience is complimented by other activities such as stargazing, bird watching, animal watching and moonlit bush dinners or sundowners e.t.c

Service providers: Game Drives

  • Ant's Nest & Ant's Hill Waterberg Region - Modimolle
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    Both Ant’s Nest and Ant’s Hill offer the opportunity for some of the greatest game viewing in the African bush, from horseback.

    You can canter along open sandy tracks or traverse high ridges with spectacular vistas. The pace can be as fast or relaxed as the riders would like.

    Often we can get so close to the game that the experience remains unforgettable. Accommodation is also available!

    More info's

    PO Box 441, Vaalwater 0530
    Tel.: 14 755 3584, Fax: 14 755 4941
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  • Ka'Ingo Private Game ReserveWaterberg Region - Vaalwater
    Ka'Ingo Private Game Reserve

    Come and join us for a game drive and enjoy the splendour of the Waterberg while we track down the big five for you. Our professional rangers will guide you through this gem of the Bushveld, they will enlighten and entertain you with bush tails and life experiences. View some of Africa's most dangerous game up close while we open a window to their lives and guide you through it.

    More info's

    Witfontein, Bulgerrivier Vaalwater, Limpopo 0530
    Tel.: 861 967 485,
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  • Malala-Tau Tours & SafarisWaterberg Region - Bela-Bela
    Malala-Tau Tours & Safaris

    Malala-Tau is a company known for our uniqueness on tourism services . Travellers from all over the world have enjoyed adventure after adventure through the extreme, un predictable but spectacular continent of Africa.

    Malala-Tau Tourism Services is a BEE company which was established in 2003, it became a NAFCOC member in 2004 and it is also a member of South Africa Leisure and Tourism Association.

    Malala-tau has been pivotal in educating local and international tourist such as Movie makers, journalist, and representatives from foreign Government.

    More info's

    H Zone 9, Meadow Lands, Soweto
    Tel.: +27 81 536 2117, Mobile: +27 72 286 4410, Fax: 0866963888
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  • Mama Tau - White LionsWaterberg Region - Lephalale
    Mama Tau - White Lions

    Come and enjoy close encounters with brown and white lions in a comfortable open car ; guided drives last about 1¼ hour and are leaded by an experimented guide who will help you know better these wonderful predators.

    By reservation only. Closed on Wednesdays.Adults pay R70, Children under 12 pay  R30.

    More info's

    Farm Colesberg, Lepalale, Limpopo, 0555
    Tel.: 14 763 3661 , Mobile: 82 372 0595,
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  • Shambala Game ReserveWaterberg Region - Vaalwater
    Shambala Game Reserve

    One of the activities offered at Shambala that visitors will no doubt remember for the rest of their lives is the opportunity of going on an elephant safari. These elephants originally relocated from Zimbabwe, are lovingly trained and cared for by highly expreienced trainers.

    More info's

    Shambala game reserve
    Tel.: 11 292 6030, Fax: 11 292 6001
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  • Sondela Wildlife CentreWaterberg Region - Bela-Bela
    Sondela Wildlife Centre

    This wonderful facility situated within walking distance of the Sondela reception area will surely capture your imagination, and the little residents will most definitely capture your hearts.

    Touch, feel and tour through the Sondela Wildlife Centre and let the team share their vast experience, dedication and passion for hand rearing, care and handling of wild animals, with you.
    At the Sondela Wildlife Centre, we:

    • care for wild animals in distress
    • rescue and rehabilitate sick or injured wild animals to ensure a safe future for our animals.
      • hand rear orphaned wild animals
    • provide comfortable safe holding facilities for animals
    • create a better world by improving the welfare of wild animals and educating people in an entertaining manner to care for our natural heritage.

    Tours : Tuesday - Thursday @ 10.00 / Saturday @ 10.00 and 15.00 /
    Sunday @ 10.00. All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets available from Sondela Reception.


    More info's

    N1 Highway, Warmbaths / Bela Bela, Settlers Off-ramp (exit 238)
    Tel.: 014 736 8800, Fax: 014 736 8850
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