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Enjoy a Bush Walk in Ndlovumzi Nature Reserve  with your very own Game Ranger.

Enjoy a experience you will never forget. Filled with things to see and hear in the bush especially being up close and personal. This is a lifetime experience under the safety of the game ranger’s guidance. No two walks are ever the same.
It’s an early start as you must be up and ready at sunrise.

The walk normally last about 3 hours enough time to enjoy every step as you get to discover all sorts of amazing things related to nature such as plants, insects, tracks, including excellent information offered by your ranger. . If you love being surrounded by nature, then this is definitely something you should consider.

Please Note: No children under 14 years are allowed. 
Price: R250pp
Guided Olifants River walk, where guests can walk along the banks of the World famous Olifants River that forms the northern border of Ndlovumzi Nature Reserve.
Walking along the banks of the River is an experience you will never forget. It's filled with things to see and hear especially being so up close and personal. You can enjoy this once in a lifetime experience safe under the Game Ranger’s guidance. No two walks are ever the same. You’ll be picked up from your camp at 8am and be transported the short distance within the reserve in a four wheel drive vehicle to the edge of the Olifants.
You will be led by professional ranger who knows what all the signs, sounds and sights of the bush and what they mean. You may well be lucky enough to catch a glimpse, of some, aquatic animals too, including things such as Nile crocodiles, Hippos, Terrapins as well as some amazing Otter, water mongoose and waterbirds.
The walk normally last about 3 hours enough time to enjoy every step as you get to discover all sorts of amazing things related to nature such as plants, insects, tracks. If you love being surrounded by nature, his is something you should definitely consider.

Please Note: No children under 14 years are allowed.
Price: R250pp
With our Mountain View Game drives within Ndlovumzi Nature Reserve we hope to provide you with the unique experience of getting up-close and personal with the wild whilst in the safety of a 4x4 vehicle.

With our professional ranger at hand, you are able to make the most of any game drive.

Pay attention to the local knowledge of your guide pointing you in the right direction of good sightings, while providing you with an in-depth knowledge of fauna, flora and the area itself, leaving you with an indescribable feeling of the bush.

Price: R350 pp ( Adult)    R250pp (Child under 14)
Manyeleti is a 23,000 hectare private game reserve that borders directly to the vast Kruger National Park, as well as the famous Sabi Sands and Timbavati Game Reserves so you can be absolutely sure to only experience the best 'Big Five' game viewing possible. As there are no fences between the national park and the private game reserves, wildlife is able to roam freely.

Manyeleti makes a great safari destination for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers and bird watchers alike, our professional guide will pick you up from your camp in one of the Mountain view vehicles before first light, the exact time will depend on the time of year, so our Manager will contact you once your booking is made, you will then travel through from Mountain View safari lodge to Manyeleti a journey of approx. 40mins. That takes you right under the foot of the Blyde River Canyon mountains.

You will enter Manyeleti through the Main entrance gate at Orpen on the western boundary of the reserve once inside your safari will commence, our guide has an extremely comprehensive knowledge of all flora and fauna found in the lowveld region, they will ask you to help them scan the environment for animals. Our guides are very passionate people, who have a special ability to teach you about nature.

At some stage during the morning, you will stop off at Manyeleti main camp, where you can experience a beautiful breakfast at the brand new AM restaurant.
Once refuelled and refreshed, the safari continues and you get to explore the eastern and southern areas of Manyeleti, before making your way back to the exit in late afternoon at Orpen.
Marieskop Mountain, at 1,945 metres above sea level is one of the highest peaks in the northern Drakensberg and the highest point of the Blyde River Canyon. Standing on the edge near the towers gives you a view of the Kruger National Park, granite koppies up to the town of Phalaborwa.

The route is very scenic, as it offers you the experience of being driven through a tropical rain forest. You may come across various plains game and some guests have even spotted leopard on the way up. The mountain peak is very rocky but it boasts an extremely wide variety of plant species.

Guests are picked up from their camp at Mountain view at 08:00 in the morning. The weather on top can be very unpredictable and it can become overcast and misty very quickly, especially in the summer months. However on a clear day, you will be rewarded with breath taking views and some awesome photo opportunities.
The Panoramic Route Day Tour is conducted by our professional Guide, in one of our mountain view 4wd vehicles. With a maximum of 4 guests.
Guest are picked up from there camp at 7am and return at approx. 4pm. Once we leave Ndlovumzi we climb up through Abel Erasmus pass. Wth the first stop at Three Rondavels viewpoint, Here guests can take in the breath-taking views of Blyde Canyon and browse the curios on offer. Then its on to Bourke Luck Potholes, which are without doubt exceptional. They're the result of decades of swirling eddies of water where the Treur River meets the Blyde River.
The Tour then stops for lunch. Once the guests are fully refreshed and refuelled we then continue on to “The wonder view” the names speak for itself. With epic views across the lowveld, Kruger region.
Our Final stop is the historic 1880 Goldmining town of Graskop, with its latest tourist attraction, Graskop Gorge Lift. A custom designed 26 passenger viewing elevator, takes you down along the cliff face descending into the cool mountain forest below. Then its off back to Mountain View Safari Lodge.

Children under 6 are welcomed but not recommended due to the long travel times and distances.
Enjoy the splendour of the third largest canyon in the world. Unquestionably being the largest ‘green canyon’ due to its lush Subtropical foliage. An interpretation tour by a tour guide will take you to the rare living Kadishi Tufa waterfall and the Three Rondawels. An abundance of wildlife will keep you distracted while learning more about the natural history of the Blyde Canyon. The Blyde River canyon supports a large diversity of life, including numerous fish and antelope species as well as Hippos and Crocodiles, primate species and a diversity of birdlife such as the African Fish Eagle, African Finfoot and much more.
As we don’t serve drinks or snacks on the boat, you are welcome to bring with.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes.
When: 09h00 – 11h00 and 13h00 – 15h00.
Where: Blyde River Dam jetty, 7km from Swadini, A Forever Resort Weather: Depending on weather conditions.
What to Wear: Comfortable clothes. During winter time bring warm cloths.
Things to Bring: Camera, bring something to drink and to eat.

Price: R260pp ( Adult)  R150pp ( Children)
Please note ALCOHOL IS NOT ALLOWED on the boat
Blyde Canyon Sightseeing Flight:
The duration of this epic flight is approximately 1 hour. The helicopter will depart from Hoedspruit Civil airfield (or collect you at your location) and route towards the Blyde River Canyon. During this flight you will get a unique perspective of the Kadishi waterfall, Three Rondawels, Blyde River, Burke’s Luck Potholes, Treur and Belvidere Rivers. Exiting the area towards the Lowveld through Devil’s Window will leave you breathless!

Panorama Route Adventure Flight:
The duration of this exhilarating flight is approximately two hours. In addition to the first option, you will get to explore all the spectacular well known waterfalls which are located further South along the Panorama Route, the Pinnacle Rock as well as God’s Window. This would include Lisbon Falls, Berlin Falls, Mac Mac Falls, and Panorama
Experience the magic of lighter-than-air flight near the foot of the Drakensberg Escarpment. We offer one-hour long flights over the scenic, Lowveld section of the Blyde River, 15 km West of Hoedspruit. The terrain is a mixture of farmland, private nature reserves and wildlife estates. The mountains to the South and West provide shelter from the prevailing winds, thereby affording us good flying weather on most days. As the sun rises, the landscape, the vegetation and, if you’re lucky, some wildlife will provide photo opportunities. Game spotting cannot be guaranteed but on most flights we see plains game like giraffe and wildebeest.
What can be better than soaring over the Big Five country? Here is your chance to take in the breathtaking and unique views of animals and of the untamed African bushfrom above. We offer flying safaris in a Bantam over the Hoedspruit or Phalaborwa area.

You have the option to just sit back, experience the flight and view the game, or you can have a hands-on experience from your very first flight. We also have a variety of flight lengths available. Longer flights to the canyon and Graskop should preferably be undertaken early in the morning or late in the afternoon as the weather is best then to go over the Drakensberg. To see wild Africa from the sky, low-level, is something not to be missed.
Be inspired, educated and enthused by this memorable opportunity to meet and learn more about some of the Jabulani herd elephants and their passionate carers. Arrive at sunrise to meet a few members of an extraordinary family, the Jabulani Herd. Delve deeper into the biology and physiology of these gentle giants while learning about each elephant’s unique personalities and remarkable stories. The respectful 90-minute experience takes place at the Jabulani elephant stables, which borders the HERD elephant orphanage. The Orphanage does not allow the public to visit their premises or to view the orphans, to keep their stress levels to a minimum.

The Jabulani Herd elephants that you will meet represent the rest of the herd which they join a little later to continue foraging during their days in the Kapama Private Reserve. There will be between two to three elephants introduced who remain behind a low partition creating a respectful distance between the elephants and the visitors.

Visitors will have an opportunity to provide some snacks to each elephant, as well as a chance to take a snapshot memory of the memorable experience, with the guidance of from the carers.

Complimentary coffee and tea with biscuits will be provided upon arrival and available to enjoy until the end of the experience. Following your Elephant Moments experience, you will have the opportunity to purchase a souvenir in our gift shop, with proceeds going towards the
The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a non-profit organisation. It provides a home for some of South Africa’s abandoned and injured wildlife. Situated in the shadow of the Mariepskop Mountain near
Kampersrus/Hoedspruit, the rehabilitation centre is home to a variety of fascinating animals and over 300 species of birds.

The centre is well known for its successful breeding of the serval; having bred and released over 160 servals back into areas where they have previously become extinct. Moholoholo is also the only facility in South Africa to have successfully bred the endangered Crown Eagle. The centre aims to rehabilitate and return as many birds and animals to the wild as soon as they are ready. Those who are not so fortunate are provided with a safe environment at the centre. Interaction between the animals and visitors to Moholoholo is permitted under controlled conditions.
Roots of Rhythm Show Group was established in 2008. Team members are all local residents from the rural areas in and around Acornhoek, who have been trained in singing, dancing, drumming and dramatic performance.

The Eco Academy is the host venue for the beautiful Shangaan village. The Academy is a safe and clean training centre providing eco and wildlife education to local and International students, focusing on anti poaching, conservation and lodge management. Conservation of our Heritage goes hand in hand with Conservation of Nature & our Environment.
The Hoedspruit Reptile Centre is located just outside Hoedspruit (16km). This area has a particularly high concentration of snakes and therefore there is a high frequency of interactions between snakes and people, making this a prime location for reptilerelated research and public education. Day visitors are self guided but staff are always at hand to help with questions. Each animal’s habitat has a legend with lots of useful information regarding feeding, venoms, distribution and other interesting facts about the animal on display. If you are interested you can also book for the Interactive and Photographic tours where you are given the opportunity to have a hands-on experience.
The museum was constructed in 2009 and refurbished in 2016. Located at the reserve’s headquarters, Chi Mani Mani, it’s packed with so many interesting things to see. There’s a stunning display of all the freshwater fish found in the reserve. A brilliant photographic poster shows all the frogs you’ll encounter. Stand next to a jaw dropping display of the fabled white lions of the Timbavati and you’ll get an idea how huge these animals are.
The Tasting Room offers a wide range of gins and wines in its tasting portfolio. Gin tasting @ R150pp – come and enjoy the presentation of 4 proudly South African gins, each with a scent and flavour pairing.

Wine tasting @ R200pp (R800 minimum) – take a taste journey with us as we present 6 proudly South African wines, including white, rose, red and bubbles. The only Gin that is LEMON FERMENTED – The Tasting Room is the home of Hoedspruit’s’ very own, Primos Gin.

This is the place-to-be in Hoedspruit if you want to spend a relaxing afternoon or evening out with friends or family in an upscale and cosy setting. We offer a variety of refreshing drinks, including Primos Gin Cocktails, Craft Beers and Speciality Wines, for you to enjoy in the heart of the African Bushveld. We also serve a selection of platters, in case you get hungry. Our Wine and Primos Gin tastings are presented by one of our qualified experts so you can learn more about their incredible aromas, flavours and combinations.
This 5 hour trip begins near the Strjidom Tunnel, bordering Mpumalanga and the Limpopo Provinces. Kitted out with helmets and life jackets, guests wind their way down a small gorge, jumping from heights ranging from 1-8m into crystal clear mountain spring water. It’s a lot of fun and is perfect to try out the whole idea as you can chicken out if you like and walk around to the bottom of the pool. One section requires the guests to crawl through a maze of caves formed by centuries of water carving out the brittle rock. Once through the caves, guests are taken to a magnificent tufa waterfall to wash off the sand and mud from their clothing. After that, the clients are taken to a magnificent cave, boasting its own fresh water spring.
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