The Makuleke concession rests between the Luvuvhu and Limpopo Rivers, stretching from the KNP Pafuri gate to Crooks’ Corner, an area covering approximately 24 000 hectares. This region possesses some of the most diverse topography and vegetation in the KNP.
The Makuleke area is recognised as one of the two botanical reserves of the Kruger National Park, and as one of the premier birding locations in South Africa with over 400 species of birds having been recorded, including some species unique to this corner of South Africa.
The Limpopo Province in South Africa offers the ultimate combination of fantastic golf on top courses with an amazing wildlife and safari experience.
Only 2 hours from Johannesburg, the golf courses are all in close proximity to each other and offer their own unique experience, from the exhilarating Extreme 19th to elephant interactions and Big 5 Safari drives. All resorts are four and five star and in malaria-free bushveld areas!
Footsteps of the Pedi Kings Meet at the kgoro of the chiefs to prepare for a journey following the footsteps of the great kings of the Pedi nation that originated from the Bakgatla north of Pretoria, migrated further north to settle in Sekhukhuneland.
Learn about the rise and fall of the Pedi Empire and the tales of the various kings who lead the Pedi to become a proud nation of more than 70 000 people with an army of 12 000 men during the reign of Sekwati.
Early Origins In the kgoro of the chiefs, you will be taken back to the origins of the Pedi nation north of Pretoria where a new culture was born – the Bapedi. You will be introduced to the rituals for “cleansing” as part of the preparation for the journey ahead.
Pedi Warriors At the footpath to the statue of Kgoshikgolo Sekhukhune I, the rituals of the transition from boys to men are explained, and their clothes and weapons displayed. Ascending Ntswaneng, the great warrior King Sekhukhune I can be seen where he watches over Tšate valley.