Woestalleen, from the dutch translation meaning ‘Remotely Alone’ provides some insight into the location of this lodge. Perched up on the top of the Waterberg provides guests with magnificent views of the reserve and together with a deck overlooking a private watehole where lion, elephant and other game frequently visit, makes this lodge definitely worth a visit.
Chalets are serviced daily.
Please note that the lodge is not fenced. During the day you can walk unaccompanied between your chalet and the main lodge. We however recommend that guests request a member of staff escort all guests to and from chalets at night. Families with young children must be vigilant at all times.
Afternoon game drives include sundowners in the bush together with your snacks and favorite drink to watch the African sun bid its farewell for another day.
Rolling wooded mountains cut by deep rocky ravines and majestic gorges make Welgevonden Game Reserve an evocative piece of Africa. Aptly meaning ‘well found’, this is a place of rare and rugged beauty, plentiful wildlife and prolific birdlife. Spectacular scenery and excellent game viewing make Welgevonden quite unlike anywhere else on earth. To visit here is to experience the spirit of true wilderness.
A pleasant 2.5-hour drive or an easy 45-minute flight from Johannesburg into one of the airstrips, makes Welgevonden one of the most accessible premier malaria free wilderness reserves in the country. Welgevonden Game Reserve, (Dutch for "well found"), is a 34,850 ha game reserve in the Waterberg District, of the Limpopo Province of South Africa.
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