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RESORTS & LODGES
KARINGANI GAME RESERVE
Karingani, in southern Mozambique, is the largest privately managed tract of land within the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area.
Strategically, Karingani is vitally important to the conservation of the region – both because of its location, and because of the diversity of the habitats it protects. It is also a key component of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, which links parks and reserves in Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Mozambique.
Karingani has made a long-term commitment to supporting and uplifting our neighbouring communities by creating sustainable economic and employment opportunities, while helping to promote and preserve the local culture.
We have as much to learn from our neighbours about Karingani, as we have to teach them about conservation, project management, and the creation of a sustainable economy.
Our aim is to ensure that neighbouring communities see tangible benefits from our project through meaningful job opportunities, improvements to local infrastructure, health care, education, environmental education, increased entrepreneurial opportunities for small- and micro-sized businesses, and increased demand for skilled and semi-skilled work in everything from construction to tourism to anti-poaching campaigns.
Karingani’s continuing success will continually strengthen the partnership between ourselves, our investors, and our neighbours.
TILODI GAME RESERVE
Set in 4 000 hectares (10 000 acres), close to the foothills of the Waterberg, This is the African bushveld at its best.
Tilodi Game Reserve offers the visitor a combination of rolling hills, wetlands and seasonal rivers in the magnificent Waterberg Biosphere
Reserve (UNESCO). Excellent trophy hunting opportunities await you with game such as Sable Antelope, Tsessebe, Eland, Waterbuck, Wildebeest, Zebra, Giraffe, Buffalo, Hippo and Leopard.
SELATI GAME RESERVE
The Selati Game Reserve comprises 30500 hectares of privately
owned Lowveld Bushveld situated north of the Olifants River between
Mica, Gravelotte and Phalaborwa. It was formally constituted in
September 1993 when the seven founder members signed agreements
committing their properties to a single managed unit governed by a
constitution and set of rules and regulations aimed at "Conserving and
enhancing the bio-diversity of the Eco-system in order to realise its full
economic potential on a sustainable, basis".
The formation of the Reserve which involved the dropping of fences and
the pooling and management of the field and game resource under a
single organization put in motion a process which has resulted in value
creation beyond the wildest dreams of the founders at outset.
The Reserve membership has grown from the initial seven owners
with 21,000 Hectares to fifteen owners and 30,500 hectares. Since
September 1993, land values have risen by over 600% and the value of
the game on the Reserve has escalated from R7m to over R40m. During
that period, modest capital injections were required, mainly to cover the
costs of introducing new species such as elephant. For the past two
years members have not needed to pay in at all as the Reserve has
generated surpluses and this is expected to continue.
ELEPHANT STERILIZATION PROJECT APRIL 2011
LILLIE LODGE - SELATI GAME RESERVE
Nestled on a bouldered foothill in the midst of the exquisite Selati Private Game Reserve in Phalaborwa , lies Lillie Lodge – a magnificent sanctuary for those seeking the refuge of a luxurious bush breakaway.
Lillie Lodge is an opulent bush oasis fully equipped to cater to your every need, with immaculate, beautifully composed living spaces to create the most comfortable lodging for your stay. Guests are captivated with a breathtaking panoramic view of pristine African bushveld and a hint of the Drakensberg escarpment on the horizon, and rewarded with frequent sightings of an array of wildlife – including the big five.
Lillie Lodge forms part of the Selati Game Reserve which comprises
30 500 hectares of privately owned Lowveld Bushveld situated north of the Olifants River between Mica, Gravelotte and Phalaborwa. It was formally constituted in September 1993 when the seven founder members signed agreements committing their properties to a single managed unit governed by a constitution and set of rules and regulations aimed at "Conserving and enhancing the bio-diversity of the Eco-system in order to realise its full economic potential on a sustainable, basis".
THE FIRST HOUSE - ZINKWAZI
secludes visitors to The First House from the beachgoers down below.
The house has direct access via a boardwalk to the lagoon and beach although the swimming pool and deck offers an ideal alternative to basking in the sun in your own privacy.
The First House was built in 1906 - the very first in Zinkwazi and has since been maintained in its original colonial style. A tree-lined driveway welcomes you to this beacon of heritage and an unforgettable experience on the Kwazulu-Natal North coast.
Whilst offering spectacular views, the setting and lush plant life
DUXER ANGER - HOCHKRIMML, AUSTRIA
The Duxer Anger apartments are situated in the quaint little village of
Hochkrimml in Austria. This region, Zillertal, is known for its scenic beauty and being home to the highest waterfall in Austria namely Hochkrimml Waterfalls.
The Zillertal Ski-area comprises 166 kilometres of slopes of which the highest is 2500 metres. The slopes on offer have various degrees of
difficulty which ensures that skiers/snowboarders of all levels are catered for – thus fun for young and old, novice and pro. The snowfall in the region guarantees quality conditions throughout the wintertime.
The adventure-seeker is not limited to the winter months though – hiking,
mountain biking and a host of adrenalin-related activities awaits those who prefer the warmer weather during summer.
Exclusivity in the heart of the African Bushveld, there is no better way to experience it than at Knoppieskraal, a private game lodge located 64 km west of Bela Bela on the R516.
There is fly-in access via our well maintained airstrip so why not join us for a revitalising Sunday breakfast as you ease off the burden of city life.