Moholoholo Game Reserve Limpopo Province

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FOREST CAMP

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Forest Camp accommodates a maximum of 20 people in 10 secluded, luxuriously appointed thatched, log or reed chalets. Each chalet is uniquely decorated, has en-suite facilities and ceiling fans in the bedrooms ensuring a most comfortable stay.
The main building is where the dining room and deck are situated. The deck overlooks a small shady waterhole under a canopy of large trees where Nyala and Bushbuck come to quench their thirst together with Samango monkeys under the watchful eyes of birds such as green Twinspots, Paradise Fly Catchers and Pygmy Kingfishers. The waterhole is floodlit at night and visited by nocturnal animals such as Bushpig, Civet and Porcupine.

Scrumptious home style meals are served around a bushveld fire or on the thatched deck set high above the forest floor.

All meals are served buffet style:
Forest Camp is situated on the slopes of the majestic North Eastern Lowveld Drakensberg mountain range. Hidden in a luscious rain forest, below Mariepskop, also known as Moholoholo - "The Very Great One". Approximately 60km from Kruger National Park open Gate.

Host to a unique habitat for over 300 Bird species including 34 species of Raptors and 5 Primates, amongst them the very rare Samango monkey.

Moholoholo Forest Camp will give you a taste at Africa at it's very best!

Our host and hostess’s sincere hospitality makes any visitor feel at home and "part of the family" within minutes after arriving. The lovely setting of the camp soon soothes away stress while the peace and quiet of unspoiled nature becomes a way of life. Country-style cooking enhances the intimate atmosphere experienced at Forest Camp.

As the concept at Moholoholo is based on the environment and nature, we do not have a swimming pool, television, radios, telephones or any shopping facilities. There is however a well stocked shop, filling station and bottle store nearby at Kampersrus

Breakfast is served between 7:15 am to 9.00 am
Lunch between 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Dinner (either buffet or braai) at 7:00 pm
Tea/coffee, rusks & cookies are available 24 hours a day.

Any which way...you're in for the time of your life!

MOUNTAIN VIEW

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Mountain View is located in Lowveld Acasia Woodland, approximately 60km from Kruger National Park open gate, and has become a preferred destination for Nature enthusiasts, large School and Wildlife interest groups.

Mountain View Camp is ideal for a bushveld breakaway or as a base to visit many of the other destinations in the Lowveld area.

Sit back, relax and enjoy refreshments on the waterhole deck while the sun casts its last rays over the peaks of Moholoholo, providing you with unforgettable African sunsets.

Prepare for an evening under millions of stars with friends or family, around a crackling bushveld fire and listen to the sounds of Africa at night ... ... You may even here the roar of resident lion. Mountain View will leave you enthralled and a lot closer to nature ...

... Come experience it.!

YA MATI

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5 x Self catering chalets:

  •  2 x 6 Bed Luxury Chalets: 3 Bed roomed chalet with 2 bathrooms; fully equipped kitchen, private braai area on wooden deck and living room with a TV.
  • 1 x 8 Bed Luxury Chalet: 4 Bed roomed chalet with 3 bathrooms; fully equipped kitchen, private braai area on wooden deck and living room with a TV.
  • 1 x 6 Bed River Chalets: 3 Bed roomed chalet with 2 bathrooms; fully equipped kitchen, private braai area and swimming pool in boma , living room with a TV and a separate deck which overlooks the Blyde river.
  • 1 x 4 Bed Chalet: 2 Bed roomed chalet with 2 bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen, private braai area on wooden deck and a living room with a TV.
  • Meals
  • Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed at Ya Mati`s unique teagarden
  • Dinner can be self-catering or catered for at an additional cost.

CAMPING

Ya Mati must have the most unique caravan camp sight in South Africa. With eleven exclusive sights carefully sculptured out of the bush, each sight offers total seclusion from the other. Equipped with water, electricity and private braai area, Ya Mati Caravan Camp caters for the discerning outdoor caravan enthusiast, who demands something very special. Thatched ablution facilities offer hot and cold water on tap and tastefully decorated in true Moholoholo style.

 
WEDDINGS

Enjoy a special wedding at Ya Mati and make your dreams come true in our beautiful rock and thatch chapel. Moholoholo is situated on the banks of the Blyde River and is surrounded by the Drakensberg Mountains, hidden unde lush trees and beautifully kept lawns.
Weddings of up to 160 can be held in our marquee tent and up to 100 people in our newly built restaurant.

GAME DRIVES

During the day, game and bird viewing can be done on foot, as a number of easy walking trails are available. The hide at the main waterhole is one of the popular places to relax in the tranquillity of the bush. At night guests are taken on a game drive in an open vehicle. A late afternoon drive can be arranged if it is available at the time.

Wildlife includes Sable, Waterbuck, Kudu, Eland, Blue Wildebeest, Zebra, Nyala, Bushbuck, Giraffe, Warthog, Bushpig, Leopard, Tsessebe, Civet, Serval, Caracal, and many others. The prolific bird life makes Moholoholo a bird watchers paradise.

An evening game drive will introduce you to the mystical sounds of the nocturnal forest creatures, and when you hear the lion roar, you'll know...

...You're in AFRICA!

REHABILITATION CENTRE

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Nestled in a picturesque setting at the base of the Drakensberg escarpment in the Limpopo Province Lowveld of South Africa, Moholoholo has become a haven for the rehabilitation and care of abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife.

Wildlife is brought to the center from all corners of South Africa, and once healthy enough are re-introduced into their natural environments. Those creatures who cannot be returned to the wild due to the nature and extent of their injuries, are cared for at the center and are used to educate the many people who visit us each year, both from across South Africa and abroad.

Another important function of the center is breeding. We have successfully bred and released into the wild the endangered Crowned Eagle, Serval and many others.

This Centre is a non-profit organization, relying completely on the support of the public.
Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre was started in 1992 on a Game Farm owned by a wildlife enthusiast Mr. J.A. Strijdom. Brian Jones the manager had a Crowned Eagle when he arrived and then was brought in a day old Zebra, from there word got out that Brian was able to care and release animals and birds…and so the Rehab Centre started.

At first donations where welcomed but as the Rehab grew he realized that money was needed for the medicines and up keep of the cages and plus the expense of feeding so he then decided to ask a fee which started at R5 an adult. The tours lasted from an Hour to two, sometimes three depending on the interest of the public.
The rehab now houses confiscated Lions from a Mozambique Circus, Leopard, Caracal, Serval, Cheetah, Crowned Eagle, Marshall Eagle, Vultures and many more that have been confiscated, orphaned, abandoned or injured.

The costs have been high and at times desperate but the rehab seems to just survive with the donations and money paid by the public to do a tour.

His aim is to get to the public the awareness of the plight of the Environment in Southern Africa.