Welgevonden Game Reserve

South Africa - Limpopo

Welgevonden Game Reserve, in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, is a 36,000-ha private reserve in the Waterberg District. The Dutch word, Welgevonden, can be translated to “well-found”, or a “serendipitous discovery”, which means to occur by chance happily or beneficially way.

Welgevonden is home to more than 65 mammal species, including the famous Big Five, but also rare and unusual species like cheetah, brown hyena, caracal, aardwolf and aardvark, making game drives exceptionally exciting. Welgevonden exhibits diverse habitat types supporting a riot of biodiversity, including over 300 birds.

Welgevonden Game Reserve Hotels

Ekuthuleni Lodge$$$

Relax next to the swimming pool with an expansive view, watching the sunset at the end of an African day. If the weather is cool, curl up with a book in one of the comfortable lounges and enjoy a delicious meal in the cozy dining room or the open-air deck, sheltered from the elements by a reed awning. Each of the 5 suites offers intimacy and privacy, with magnificent views of the grasslands, giving a whole new meaning to nature on your doorstep. There is also a family suite that boasts 2 bath...

Ekuthuleni Lodge

Tshwene Lodge$$$

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