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Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve

South Africa, North West, Eastern Region, Madikwe (Game Reserve),
Safari Lodge Accommodation in Madikwe (Game Reserve)
Price Per Person Per Night from R3950.00 to R5200.00
Price Per Unit Per Night from R17200.00 to R22500.00
* Prices subject to change without prior notice.

Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve Description
ACCOMMODATION MAIN CAMP - 10 Suites Each with Private deck, Plunge pool, Under-floor heating, Air-conditioning, Fireplaces, Fully stocked mini-bar, Indoor and outdoor showers, Private lounge LITTLE MADIKWE - 2 Bedroomed Suite Is our child friendly unit with private deck and swimming pool, Air-conditioning, Under-floor heating, Fireplaces, Fully stocked mini-bar, Indoor and outdoor showers, Private lounge, verandah and dining room, Private kitchen with personal chef – Set own meal time • Private landrover and game ranger – Set own game drive time • Entertainment centre • Satellite television • DVD collection • Various CD’s and children’s games • Small library
Traversing over 75 000 hectares, Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is situated on a hill, in the heart of the malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve. Ingeniously set amongst boulders and age-old Tamboti trees, the lodge offers visitors the utmost in luxury and hospitality, where you will find yourself enchanted by a world of intrigue and majestic beauty.
Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve Directions
Option 1: Johannesburg / Pretoria via Rustenburg (N4) This route will take approximately 5 hours. • From Rustenburg (N4) follow signs to Zeerust • In Zeerust take a right turn at the ABSA bank in Main Street approximately in the middle of town, towards Gaborone/Madikwe. Refuel here as there is no fuel in the Madikwe Reserve • After approximately 85 km’s you will see the "Abjaterskop" Entrance into the Reserve • Once you enter the Park there is about 32 km of dirt road to the Lodge. • Ask for a map with directions at the gate. Option 2 : Johannesburg via Sun City to the Molatedi Gate This route normally takes 3,5 hours from Johannesburg. The gravel road on this route makes it a little bumpy but not impassable in a sedan vehicle. This route is shorter than the route through Zeerust, but not our first recommendation, as it is partially gravel. It is advisable to fill up with fuel at the Sun Village, just after the Sun City entrance on the right as there is no fuel available inside the reserve. • Follow the signs to Pretoria and N1 PIETERSBERG • After approx 36 km’s, you will see big signs over the highway - you need to follow the direction N1 PIETERSBERG turn onto this highway, (you are now travelling in a northerly direction) - go for quite a while. • You will see signs for a toll road called Bakwenya Platinum Highway N4 Rustenburg. Take this toll road. • Once on the N4 continue in the direction of Rustenburg – take exit #225 which is the R556 Sun City/Majakaneng • Turn right at the top of the off ramp to Sun City and continue straight to Sun City (approx 73 km’s to Sun City from this off ramp). After passing Sun City on the right, continue straight (approximately 5 km) until you reach a four-way junction • Turn right to DERDEPOORT. • Follow the road for approximately 8.5 km’s and turn left at the sign saying, "BAPONG". • Continue straight along this road for approximately 34.8 km’s (ignoring ALL signs saying "MADIKWE") after passing through MABESKRAAL at the 4 way junction/stop turn right to DERDEPOORT onto the new tarred section of the road. • After 26kms the road will become gravel/dirt, the Dwarsberg Liquor Store will be on your left. Watch out for a “bump” as the tar ends. • Continue straight along this road for about 32 km of gravel, (do not take the next Derdepoort turning to the right, continue straight), passing through the Molatedi village over the Marico River and straight to the MOLATEDI GATE entrance into the Park.
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