- Guests think Village d'Afrique is in a very good location
- Village d'Afrique De Nyl Zyn Oog, Shakila, De Nyl Zyn Oog, Between Modimolle and Bela Bela, 0510, Limpopo
The Waterberg district of Limpopo is a true natural wonder. It features ancient mountains, a rich tapestry of biodiversity, thousands-year-old rock art and a site of critical archaeological and paleontological importance. Its rolling savannahs also make it a popular safari destination, where large herds of wildlife can be seen.
The Waterberg district offers a fantastic tourism experience that combines some of South Africa’s best features.
Mountains, game viewing and exploring a captivating pre-historic past, are just some of the Waterberg’s attractions. A major Waterberg drawcard is the UNESCO Waterberg Biosphere Reserve.
It is the only savannah biosphere reserve in southern Africa and features a mix of rock formations, formed over millions of years, significant San (Bushmen) rock art sites and abundant bushveld plains that support a diverse array of fauna and flora.
The Waterberg district is renowned for its spectacular views, which are most evident within the sprawling biosphere reserve. Its pristine bush environment has also precipitated the rise of eco-tourism in this area.
There are now a number of game reserves that offer authentic safari experiences, including Big Five game viewing. Make sure you visit Mokopane and book a guided tour of the valley and its intricate network of caves, which have been declared a national monument.