The Eastern Region of the North West Province has so much to see and do, no wonder it’s the third most popular destination for people coming to South Africa.
The region is home to Sun City, a luxurious Bushveld retreat that includes casinos, hotels and recreational activities like no other. The complex is responsible for most of the numbers coming to the province.
The Pilanesberg National park is a gem in the Platinum province, called so because of the magnitude of the metal found in the province. The Pilanesberg National Park is home to the Big Five, over 360 bird species, and a host of other mammals to give the discerning visitor an enjoyable safari experience.
Hartebeespoort Damis a popular destination for water sport enthusiasts, weekend getaways and just for the recreational value the massive dam offers visitors. Frequented throughout the year, the Hartebeespoort Dam is always value for money and a guaranteed good time.
The nearby Magaliesberg Mountains is another attraction that makes the region so unique. The mountains are close to the Cradle of Humankind, a UNSECO World Heritage Site, where ‘Mrs. Ples’, a skull, millions of years old was found.
Rustenburg is the main city of the region, and the main economic sectors include farming and mining. The close proximity to Gauteng and the highways that pass through makes Rustenburg quite a busy city. Eastern Region accommodation is value for money and the locals are always willing to help. Beside luxury hotels, accommodation in Eastern Region also offer a host of safari lodges, guest houses, comfortable guest lodges and beautiful self-catering chalets and camping sites.
All in all, the Eastern Region of The North West Province is an attractive corner of South Africa that you will enjoy and have a wonderful holiday in.
Hlosi Game Lodge offers an intimate and exclusive family safari in the Eastern Cape at the Amakhala Game Reserve. With only six exclusive chalets, including two family suites, 4-star Hlosi welcomes and caters for children of all ages and specialises in creating exclusive and unforgettable child-friendly safari experiences.
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What a beautiful Lodge, excellent service (5 star), location is one of the best in this country. We received outstanding service from a team that exceeded every need we had as a family. The breakfast is outstanding and they catered for my children's needs which included items not on the normal breakfast menu.