Entabeni Safari Conservancy is known for its breath-taking scenery, unique wilderness experience and opportunity to get up close personal with the Big 5. Activities include game drives, bush walks
Featuring over 25 species of game and over 250 bird species. Highlights of the game drive includes seeing white and tawny lions, spotted hyena, buffalo, golden wildebeest, Roan antelope, sable antelope, and black impala. The activity takes 2 hours and occurs 3 times per day – 9am, 11am and 3pm.
Designed with a serious commitment to the preservation of the indigenous fauna and flora, it is the combination of golf and the unsurpassed beauty of the Waterberg landscape that makes Euphoria such a unique golfing experience. Euphoria provides a true test of golf in one of the most beautiful African Bushveld settings.
Executive Golf Course
Protea Hotel by Marriott Polokwane Ranch Resort boasts a magnificent par 3 Golf Course and Academy. This 12-hole par 3 Executive Course overlooks expansive views of the surrounding countryside. A 1000-hectare conservancy and the Ranch Lion Park border the golf estate.
Kameeldoring Golf Course
The setting against which each of the 18 holes at the Kameeldoring Country Club can be played is nothing if not spectacular. This course is situated at the foot of the Waterberg Mountain Range in the heart of Potgietersrus. Thanks to its gorgeous surrounds, there is a natural variety here that is quite special. In fact, the Kameeldoring Golf Course has a fantastic array of indigenous vegetation and the bird species that make this their home.
A basin rich in magnificence and biodiversity, the Makapansgat Valley in Mokopane displays some of the most astounding beauty in Limpopo. Not only is it of interest to paleontologists - numerous caves in the valley hold fossils that date back to 3.3 million years before the present.
This series of caves together form a national monument and primates in the shape of baboons and vervet monkeys make this their playground, whilst bush babies or galagos come out at night to forage for food.
The Arend Dieperink Museum contains a valuable cultural-historical collection of Voortrekker and Sotho artifacts, and is housed in a graceful stone building originally built as a school. The museum portrays the history of the town and its surroundings from the time of the ape-men at Makapan’s Cave, right through to the Anglo-Boer War and recent times.
Mokopane Biodiversity Centre
The Biodiversity Centre here is committed to breeding, conservation and research with the aim of preserving precious species from all around the world. The Biodiversity Centre includes breeding enclosures, and a game reserve that boasts plenty of wildlife.
Big Cat Experiences
Situated in Polokwane, Big Cat Experiences, offers visitors the unbeatable opportunity of walking with one of South Africa’s Big Five, the proud lion. Other once-in-a-lifetime experiences here include a picnic with cheetahs, cheetah run, interact with cheetahs, and cheetah bush walk.