Waterberg Region weather

24.02.2018 Saturday 16°C - 30°C Wind: 7 km/h
25.02.2018 Sunday 19°C - 33°C Wind: 4 km/h
26.02.2018 Monday 18°C - 27°C Wind: 15 km/h
27.02.2018 Tuesday 16°C - 27°C Wind: 9 km/h
28.02.2018 Wednesday 17°C - 32°C Wind: 11 km/h
01.03.2018 Thursday 19°C - 33°C Wind: 11 km/h

Mokolo Dam in Limpopo

Mokolo Dam
Regions: Waterberg Region
Towns: Lephalale

This impressive expanse of diverse African bush is adjacent to the Mokolo Nature Reserve of 4.600 hectares and the Mokolo dam (the biggest dam in the Limpopo Province and bordering for 6 km on the Mokolo river as it flows out of this dam).

Situated in the heart of the Waterberg, approximately 50 km to the south of Lephalale, this massive dam is well suited for water sports enthusiasts, campers and day visitors. The dammed up Mokolo river winds around beautiful mountains and is sure to calm busy spirits.

It is on the northern slopes of the Waterberg mountains and has the advantage of both sweet veld as well as sour veld. The farms measures approximately 2.000 hectares.


Highlights & Activities: Water sports/Boating, Fishing, Birding

Facilities: Basic camping sites, Caravans, Picknick area for day visitors

How to get there: Take R510 from Lephalale towards Thabazimbi, turn left after 45 km towards Mokolo Dam, follow this gravel road for approx. 18 km to the entrance gate.