The Blyde River Canyon is one of the largest canyons on Earth and is world famous for its breath-taking viewpoints and magnificent waterfalls. It has some of the deepest precipitous cliffs of any canyon on the planet and is second largest canyon in Africa.
Visit the Three Rondavels, God's Window, the Pinnacle and Bourke's Luck Potholes, amongst other beautiful sights.
Guests can self-drive or book a guided tour with one of our professional and accredited guides.
Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a non-profit organisation that takes care of abandoned, orphaned, injured, and poisoned wildlife.
Animal species are brought to the centre from all corners of South Africa, and once healthy enough, are re-introduced into their natural environments. Those creatures that cannot be released into the wild due to the nature and extent of their injuries are cared for at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.
Visitors can view the animals and enjoy tours of the facility. Animals in rehabilitation include rescued Lions, Leopard, Caracal, Serval, Cheetah, various Eagle and Vulture species.
Tour Times: Mon - Sat 09:30 and 15:00
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Guests experience the original show Limpopo Pathways featuring the costumes, songs and dances of the local tribes which played an influential part in the history of Limpopo.
Following the show (approx. 60min), guests are led down to the traditional Shangaan Village. Here guests learn about the architecture, the agriculture, family duties and customs of the Shangaan people.
One of the best kept secrets of the Lowveld is the fabulous Graeme Naylor Museum, located in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve. Professionally curated with interesting and fascinating displays that unlock many secrets of the Natural history of the area.
One of the displays is devoted to the famous White Lions of the Timbavati - only when you stand next to one of these mythical creatures do you realize how big they are.
A visit is never complete without a visiting the local reptile park. Here visitors are exposed to the amazing world of the cold-blooded creatures and learn about the fascinating lives as well as their very vital role within our environment.