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The Reserve

The Reserve offers large unspoilt wilderness areas where the discerning nature lover can experience the best of the Waterberg in its original state, and the only tracks are those made by indigenous animals in their natural habitat.

With three distinct topographical areas - plains, valleys and hills, and mountains - the Reserve is rich in natural beauty, natural history and never ending views, and hosts a diversity of indigenous fauna and flora.

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The Reserve offers large unspoilt wilderness areas where the discerning nature lover can experience the best of the Waterberg in its original state, and the only tracks are those made by indigenous animals in their natural habitat.

The Mokolo River, meaning "deep and silent" in the Tswana language, threads its way along its’ thirteen kilometre route through the Reserve until it settles briefly in the Mokolo Dam, before continuing its timeless passage towards the mighty Limpopo River.

The mighty Mokolo river has left behind massive cliffs, sandy beaches, natural causeways, potholes and waterfalls, all surrounded by breath-taking beauty.

The diverse landscape with three distinct topographical areas -plains, valleys and hills, and mountains - is rich in natural beauty, natural history and never ending views, and hosts a diversity of indigenous fauna and flora.