Hoesdpruit Endangered Species Center
Following an introductory presentation on the Center, visitors are treated to an in-depth tour. Departing on the hour, open safari vehicles with experienced guides move between the various enclosures enabling participants to view cheetah, wild dog, lions, the black footed cat, African wild cat, ground hornbills, sable antelope and much more. A great treat is experiencing the feeding sessions of various rare African vultures as they swoop down into the "vulture restaurant" to feed on the remains of carcasses. The area attracts White-backed vultures, hooded Vultures, occasionally the lappet-faced Vulture and Cape Griffon, the Marabou Stork and Bateleur eagle.
Moholoholo – Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Situated in the shadow of the majestic "Mariepskop" Mountain, this unique conservancy is home to many wild animals. A visit to the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation center is an unforgettable experience. A wide variety of birds and animals can be seen here, where Brian Jones and his team nurture the injured and orphaned, rehabilitating them for release back to the wild wherever possible. Those that are not so fortunate, due to the nature and extent of their injuries, are cared for in captivity to educate the many people who visit Moholoholo each year. Guided tours through the Centre bring visitors in close contact with both common and rare species such as the Crowned and Martial eagles, Owls & Vultures as well as Wild Dogs, Lions, Leopard and many other animals and birds. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre at Moholoholo contributes to the conservation of endangered species and the rehabilitation of injured and poisoned wildlife. Moholoholo also facilitates a number of successful breeding programs. Tours are Two and half hours long and run twice daily. The first tour departs at 9:30 am and the second at 3:00 pm.
This is our most popular package. This exhilarating flight swoops over deep canyons bursting with vegetation and color. You will fly above the cascading waterfalls, allowing for spectacular photographic opportunities. Your flight will continue along the escarpment to God's Window, which offers awesome panoramic views of the bushes below and onto the fascinating and dramatic rock formations of the 1000 meter deep, 30 kilometre long Blyde River Canyon which is the third deepest & greenest canyon in the World. You will have a bird's eye view of the curious 'Three Rondavels'. You will stop at a private picnic spot where you can experience the ambience and are close to nature whilst enjoying your picnic. (Please note that the costs of the picnic are not included). Departs from the Royal Malewane Airstrip (15 minutes from the lodge).
A Luxury Bush Golf Experience
Royal Malewane is situated in the wild and beautiful Greater Kruger National Park. The exclusive Leopard Creek Country Club, with its innovative course designed by Gary Player, is located on the southern border of the Kruger Park. Every hole is as picturesque and exciting as the other with the Crocodile River acting as an unusual water hazard on Leopard Creek's signature hole, the par-5 13th. A scenic helicopter flight to the golf course, personalized fitting of golfing equipment and the chance of sighting animals on the course makes for a truly memorable time.