Two fully furnished luxury lodges offer bedrooms with en-suite bath rooms, outside showers and fully fitted kitchens. Decks (with built in braais), overlooking the magnificent Olifants river.

The bush camp consisting of a boma with fitted kitchen, television, gas braai and outside boma for making fire. Tucked away amongst the trees are four luxury furnished bush lodges with en-suite bathrooms and swimming pool.

Views from the Lodge

More about the Olifants River & Loskop Dam

The Olifants River flows north through Witbank Dam and then the Loskop Dam and is forced east by the Transvaal Drakensberg, cutting through the Abel Erasmus Pass and the flowing east to join with the Letaba River, crossing into Mozambique after cutting throughthe Lebombo Mountains by way of the Olifants Gorge, becoming the Rio dos Elefantes, joining the Limpopo River and the Rio Changane before entering the Indian Ocean at Xai-Xai nort of Maputo.

The Olifants River and some of its tributaries, notably the Klein Olifants River (origin near Hendrina, joins the Olifants River downstream of the Middelburg Dam), Elands River, Wilge River and Bronkhorstspruit, rise in the Highveld grasslands. Thirty large dams in the Olifants River Catchment include Witbank Dam, Renosterkop Dam, Rust de Winter Dam, Blyderivierspoort Dam, Loskop Dam, Middelburg Dam, Ohrigstad Dam, Arabie Dam and the Phalaborwa Barrage.  The Olifants River has its origin near Bethal, and its largest tributary is the Steenkool Spruit.