We love spending time in Nature. We go to Kruger park for a relaxing time and to enjoy nature as God created it. Peacefully. The Animals, Big and Small are so fascinating. Absolutely Love it !
Entrance to the Kruger National Park via the Malelane Gate is 35,2km’s west of Mjejane Game Reserve and Crocodile Bridge Gate is 41,5km’s east
Kruger National Park is a South African National Park and one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19,485 km2 (7,523 sq mi) in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in northeastern South Africa, and extends 360 km (220 mi) from north to south and 65 km (40 mi) from east…
The best game reserve in South Africa. You will see the big five and most other animals. A night drive is also an option.
The Crocodile Bridge gate is just 24.4km from Jumala Looming. A must visit full of surprises.
“Located at he entrance to Raptor's View Estate, on the right, just as you are entering town from Zandspruit Estate, Maroela Bar is fast becoming a local favourite. They make great wood oven pizza and a variety of casual meals. They offer a great assortment of beers both on tap and bottled. ”
“Very interesting and educational tours to learn more about our big variety of reptiles. Lizard Rock Café at the Reptile Park serves delicious Pizzas, Freshly Baked Pies and a variety of other foods and drinks.”
“The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre was established in 1991. A businessman from Pretoria in South Africa, Mr Strijdom, owns the farm on which the Centre is situated, and he in turn asked Brian Jones to establish and run the rehabilitation centre for him. Brian already had a Crowned Eagle in his possession and his reputation for the work he did with wild animals had spread rapidly. Brian Jones has been helping and caring for injured and orphaned animals from the age of four and thus he brought a great deal of knowledge and experience to the establishment of this rehabilitation centre Very soon a variety of animals were being brought to him that were either orphaned, injured or poisoned and in need of help. The plight of Africa’s animals and our natural system has always been the main concern at Moholoholo and the philosophy is that awareness must be spread if we are to save our wildlife. With Mr Strijdom’s dedicated support the Centre has expanded tremendously over the years and as a result Brian has, on numerous occasions, been invited to give talks all over the country and in various states in the USA to spread the message and inform people of the predicament our wildlife faces today”
Point of Interest
“Near petrol station, banks etc. All groceries and toiletries available under one roof”
“It is well worth the short drive to visit the Giant Baobab tree located on a farm on Essex Road, just a few kilometers from Nkanyi House. While you are there, be sure to stop for a pancake at the Upside Down Restaurant. They offer a large selection of both sweet and savoury pancakes, as well as delicious homemade ginger beer. Prices are very reasonable and the setting is lovely.”