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Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

$825 per person

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is a stunning safari destination located in the pristine 75 000-hectare Madikwe Game Reserve in a malaria-free area in the North West Province of South Africa.

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is a stunning safari destination located in the pristine 75 000-hectare Madikwe Game Reserve in a malaria-free area in the North West Province of South Africa.
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Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is a stunning safari destination in Madikwe Game Reserve located in the North West Province of South Africa. The premier game reserve spans some 75 000 hectares of pristine wilderness and is renowned for its incredible beauty and rich fauna and flora.

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is located in the heart of Madikwe Game Reserve; an easy 3-hour drive north-west from Johannesburg.
The wilderness region is a malaria-free nature reserve and home to the Big 5 and an abundance of animals, birds and plant species. There are over 300 recorded species of resident and migratory bird species in Madikwe Game Reserve.

There are 10 intimate luxury villas at Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve sleeping up to 20 adult guests.  The lavish suites are spacious and luxurious, boasting floor-to-ceiling glass facades which offer guests a panoramic view of the surrounding bushveld.

Expect 5-star luxury accommodation in a spectacular setting coupled with outstanding wildlife sightings and the passion and care of the lodge staff and dedicated game rangers.

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge – Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve is located on the top of a beautiful rocky outcrop with sweeping views of the surrounding open savanna grasslands. The natural style and design of the main lodge is designed to blend seamlessly into the bushveld which is dominated by huge granite boulders. The luxury safari lodge at Madikwe Hills is characterised by warm and earthy tones coupled with modern, contemporary features which lends it an air of African safari chic. The lavish suites are spacious and luxurious, boasting floor-to-ceiling glass facades which offer guests a panoramic view of the surrounding bushveld. The spacious bedroom and lounge area leads out onto a gorgeous outdoor deck with its own private plunge pool.

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madikwe hills private game lodge main deck

Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve Main Lodge – 10 luxury suites; sleeping up to 20 adult guests

Each luxury suite comes with:

  • spacious bedroom
  • luxurious ensuite bathroom with Venetian bath and indoor/outdoor shower
  • overhead fans and air-conditioning for summer nights
  • fireplaces and underfloor heading for chilly winter evenings
  • private lounge leading out on wide outdoor deck
  • glass-fronted façade with uninterrupted views
  • private plunge pool
  • well-stocked mini-bar
  • complimentary toiletries
  • complimentary Wi-Fi

Unique features of a luxury suite at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is the cathedral-like bathroom with a deep Venetian baths; positioned in front of fold-back windows; a cavernous circular shower and an open-air extension for a gorgeous outdoor shower. Coupled with long swims in your private plunge pool; guests are guaranteed relaxation and rejuvenation. One luxury suite at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is the Honeymoon Suite. It oozes romance with a large claw-foot bath built into a well-concealed outdoor nook for a private soak under the bright African stars. Privacy and exclusivity is guaranteed and the Honeymoon Suite at Madikwe Hills is the ideal way to start your future together as a  married couple.

You’ll find a tranquil and serene spa retreat at Madikwe Hills for decadent pamper sessions and a well-equipped gym for those wanting to work off the extra calories picked up from all the tasty meals and game drive snacks. Children 10 years and older are welcome at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge.

Connected by raised wooden walkways, these suites are all strategically positioned.

Madikwe Hills Private Game Reserve Little Madikwe Hills Camp – Little Madikwe Hills Camp is a private and exclusive safari camp which sleeps up to 8 adult guests. The 2-bedroom private villas sleep up to 4 to 5 guests each and offer a luxurious accommodation option at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge for a family, group of friends or a corporate getaway. In particular, Little Madikwe Hills Camp is ideal for an intimate wedding or special celebration. Guests staying at Little Madikwe Hills Camp have access to a private open safari vehicle aswell as a dedicated professional game ranger and experienced tracker. They also have the services of a private chef who prepares meals in a state-of-the-art kitchen and a private butler. The beauty of staying at Little Madikwe Hills Camp is you set your own timetable for game drives and meals. Your individual needs are discussed with your private butler and dedicated game range and your stay is tailored to your own timetable and needs.

Luxury features at Little Madikwe Hills Camp include:

  • spacious luxury bedroomsuites
  • luxurious ensuite bathroom with deep Venetian bath and shower
  • outdoor walk-in showers
  • air-conditioning and overhead fans for summer evenings
  • fireplaces and underfloor heating for winter nights
  • concertina glass doors that open up the comfortable interior
  • open-plan lounge and dining area
  • entertainment lounge with flatscreen TV and satellite channels
  • wide outdoor deck with private plunge pool
  • state-of-the-art kitchen with modern appliances
  • well-stocked mini-bar
  • complimentary toiletries
  • complimentary Wi-Fi
  • small library
  • laundry

At Little Madikwe Hills Camp you have access to a:

  • private game vehicle
  • professional guide and tracker
  • private chef
  • personal butler
  • experienced childminder
  • housekeeping and laundry service

Children of all ages are welcome at Little Madikwe Hills Camp when booked on an exclusive-use basis. Young children staying at Little Madikwe can join in all the fun arranged through the Madikwe Hills Kiddies’ Club.

madikwe hills private game lodge suite bedroom view
madikwe hills private game lodge suite private deck

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is unashamedly marketed to the discerning wildlife traveler expecting exemplary service and the ultimate safari experience.


Question: Best Time to Visit Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

Answer: May-August and December


Question: Where is Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

Answer: Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is a stunning safari destination in Madikwe Game Reserve located in the North West Province of South Africa.

More About Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge Royal Safari Lodge

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is located in Madikwe Game Reserve which is the fifth largest game reserve in South Africa. It spans some 680 square kilometres of the finest protected wilderness in the malaria-free north-western belt of South Africa.

Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t a national park. It’s a game reserve operated through a 3-way partnership with the North West Parks and Tourism Board, the local communities and the private sector.

  • Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfers
    Boutique purchases
    Entry Fees
    Personal Safari Guide
    Premium Brands and Cellar wines
    Spa treatments and Laundry
  • Not Included
    Departure Taxes


Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge Madikwe Game Reserve, 2865

Inclusions and exclusions

Jamala Madikwe Royal Safari Lodge Rates include:
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Three meals daily
  • Two game drives per day with refreshments
  • Laundry service
  • A wide selection of beverages, wines and spirits but excluding premium spirits and cellar wines
  • Tea, coffee and breakfast fruit juices
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Road transfers from the Madikwe Game Reserve airstrip to the lodge
Rates exclude:
  • International and domestic flights and transfers
  • Curio shop purchases
  • Telephone calls
  • Premium brand spirits, champagne, cognacs cigars and cigarettes
  • Gratuities
  • National park entry fee if arriving by road; R150.00 per person (2018 fee; subject to change without prior notification)
  • National park entry fee if arriving by air R200 per person (2018 fee; subject to change without prior notification)
  • Tourism levy of R10-00 per person per night (2018 fee; subject to change without prior notification)
  • Madikwe Game Reserve conservation fee R150 per person per day and R75 per child per day (2018 fee)

Facilities and Amenities at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge

Description of Facilities / Amenities Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge
Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge | Number of suites10 Luxury suites
Back up ElectricityYes
Boutique Shop**Yes
Full bar facilitiesYes
Handicapped SuiteNo
Meeting FacilitiesNo
Swimming PoolYes
Telephone/Fax FacilitiesYes
Wine CellarYes
Air ConditioningYes
En-Suite BathroomsYes
Lounge AreaYes
Private Pool/JacuzziYes
Safes in suiteYes
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities (Nespresso machines) Yes
King Size BedsYes
Private PoolYes


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Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge lies nestled in a malaria-free private game reserve in the far north-west corner of South Africa. It’s owners, Rodney and Nico, are hands-on hosts who both strive to redefine your expectations of luxury accommodation on a safari tour in Africa. You’ll find a perfect marriage of restraint and abundance in the Royal Safari Lodge’s décor, facilities and cuisine.   walkers bush villa sundowners


The Morukuru Family is an award-winning safari and beach destination company. They were recently recognised by Condé Nast Traveler in its 31st annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Atholplace Hotel & Villa was voted # 15 Best Hotel in Africa and Morukuru Family Madikwe was voted #10 Best Resort in Africa and #24 Best in the World. In 2018, nearly half a million Condé Nast Traveler readers submitted a record-breaking number of responses rating their travel experiences to provide a full snapshot of where and how people travel today and their preferred accommodation.


Madikwe Game Reserve is the fifth largest game reserve in South Africa and although, less esteemed than it’s big brother the Kruger National Park; Madikwe Game Reserve has earned itself the reputation of being an exceptional safari destination in South Africa. The luxury lodges on Madikwe Game Reserve are outstanding and unashameably marketed to the high-end safari traveller. They’re created on the high price/low tourist volume model so you’re guaranteed exclusivity and privacy as well as exceptional game sightings without the “queue to view” problem at the larger national parks in South Africa. Madikwe Game Reserve is home to the Big 5 which includes elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion and leopard as well as an abundance of antelope, predators and the regular safari bunch such as zebra, giraffe and hippo. A fine collection of rare wild dog and cheetah means Madikwe Game Reserve offers guests the Big 7. The private game reserve is considered one of the best wildlife conservation areas in southern Africa . The wildlife reserve spans 75 000 hectares of untamed and unspoilt bushveld which was previously neglected farmlands. Through a massive restoration and translocation programme, Madikwe Game Reserve was transformed into a magnificent wildlife conservation reserve.


Madikwe Game Reserve was established in 1994 when the land was identified by authorities in the North West Province as suitable for wildlife conservation. The aim of developing Madikwewas to boost eco-tourism in the region which would directly benefit the local community who otherwise have little to no opportunities to earn an income to support their families. The private game reserve is essentially a socio-economic-drivenprivate nature reserve which is managed in a three-way partnership with the North West tourism authorities, private land owners and leaders in the community. The game reserve serves to protect and showcase South Africa’s wonderful fauna and flora and boosts the socio-economic dynamics of the region through community-based projects, job creation and state concession fees paid directly to the communities which live adjacent to Madikwe Game Reserve.  


One thing that makes Madikwe Game Reserve special is its rich cultural heritage. The history of the Madikwe region began almost one million years ago and countless historical sites in the area bear testament that inhabitants from the Stone Age and Iron Age as well as the roving San bushmen settled for some time in the area.  


Madikwe Game Reserve lies in a transition zone on the edges of the Kalahari Desert and comprises a combination of habits which suits flora and fauna from both the semi-arid region and the lush indigenous bushveld of northern South Africa. The reserve lies in the basin of the Marico River from which it gets its indigenous name. Riverine nirvana blends with open savanna grasslands and wooded thickets. Most luxury safari lodges in Madikwe Game Reserve are positioned on the river’s banks to take advantage of incredible wildlife sightings on the water’s edge and the Dwarsberg Mountain in the far distance.  


The wastelands of the derelict farming region were transformed over a period of seven years to create one of the most prestigious private game reserves in southern Africa which is home to the Big 7 and an abundance of animals and birds. The original area was mainly degraded cattle farms which were run inefficiently. Problems such as poor soil and dry, arid conditions made the area a difficult place to farm. However, it would turn out to be perfect for a protected wildlife reserve. Settlement Planning Services of the North West Province commissioned a feasibility study to determine how the land could be used better. Wildlife-based tourism came back as the ideal option which would benefit the local communities the most. What followed from 1991 was the largest translocation project in the world called Operation Phoenix. More than 8 000 animals comprising 28 species were reintroduced into the newly-established Madikwe Game Reserve. Operation Phoenix achieved a number of world-firsts including relocating an entire herd of elephants and reintroducing a pride of African wild dog into the nature reserve. Translocation efforts in Madikwe are ongoing; 5 cheetah and 25 gemsbok were introduced into the reserve in 2012. This project is an ongoing effort with 5 cheetah and 25 gemsbok being introduced into the park in 2012. Today, Madikwe Game Reserve’s conservation efforts and stalwart breeding programmes have led to the reserve being in a position to donate or sell on game species to boost numbers in the smaller national parks and game reserves. The highlight of these conservation programmes is Madikwe’s world-renowned wild dog breeding programme.  


Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is located in a strikingly beautiful game reserve that’s home to the Big 7 which includes elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, wild dog and cheetah. Usually game reserves talk about the Big 5 but the addition of strong populations of wild dog and a growing population of cheetah; wildlife enthusiasts are promised an exceptional safari experience at Madikwe Game Reserve which rivals the likes of Sabi Sands, Timbavati and Kapama in the Mpumalanga Province as well private concessions in the Kruger National Park. Big 5 is the term coined by big game hunters of days gone by who regarded the five in the group to be the most dangerous and terrifying to encounter unwittingly on a hunt. Today, the term is widely used for the group of animals which most travellers regard as the most exciting to see on a safari tour. There has been a steep growth in the elephant population in Madikwe Game Reserve to the extent numbers in the reserve are higher than any other protected area in South Africa. The population will need to be brought back to acceptable levels. Like all game reserves in South Africa, Madikwe Game Reserve deals with the scourge of rampant rhino poaching but concerted anti-poaching efforts are bearing fruit and the game reserve seems to have “turned the tide against poachers” according to latest reports. You’ll find white rhino and the elusive and highly endangered black rhino in Madikwe Game Reserve. Madikwe Game Reserve also has a healthy population of buffalo, numbering some 850 animals. Buffalo are susceptible to diseases such as bovine tuberculosis and the reserve oversees a stringent disease management programme in order to control the spread of this and other diseases. The prides of lion you’ll see at Madikwe Game Reserve were relocated from Etosha National Park in Namibia. Two new males were recently relocated from the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park to introduce new genes into the pool. Leopard sightings at Madikwe Game Reserve are rare but these solitary cats do sporadically put in an appearance for lucky visitors. They live a solitary life in the reserve hidden in the rocky outcrops and have adapted incredibly well to the diverse habitats.  


Madikwe Game Reserve has earned international repute for its pioneering translocation project which saw the African wild dog re-introduced to the area as part of Operation Phoenix. The highly endangered species is thriving in Madikwe Game Reserve despite lion attacks when they first arrived and a spate of rabies outbreaks. African wild dogs are easily identified by their splotched coat which is a splattered combination of brown, white, black and yellow. No two African wild dogs have the same markings. They are highly sociable and extremely efficient hunters. Wild dogs live in packs of 5 to 15 dogs which are led by an alpha male or female. Each dog shares in the spoils of a hunt and each pack member contributes to caring for the pups.  


Glorious days spent at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge are sandwiched between two exciting game drives. Guests wake up early for a sunrise game drive and return to the bushveld for a late afternoon drive with sundowners at a special vantage point. Children under the age of 5 years are not allowed on open safari vehicles for daily game drives. These regulations are put in place for the safety of your child. The beauty of staying at luxury safari lodges at Madikwe Game Reserve such as Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge is the exclusivity of the safari experience. Guests have the ‘run of the reserve’ because numbers are strictly controlled so you don’t experience overcrowding and a ‘queue to view’ problem at wildlife sightings.  


Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge has earned itself a reputation for its excellent cuisine which almost surpasses its reputation for luxurious accommodation in Madikwe. The Royal Safari Lodge has received its fair share of awards including the Best Safari Cuisine in Africa award. Guests enjoy dining alfresco beneath the stars on the outdoor deck on warm evenings or inside in the stylish dining room on cooler evenings with a roaring fire keeping guests snug and cozy. You have the choice of places to dine in the evening; from the wonderful outdoor boma to the romantic starlit pool deck and dinner in the watchtower. Meals are paired with fine wines sourced from premier wine estates in the famous Cape Winelands.  


Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge can be booked on an exclusive-use basis which offers discerning guests privacy and exclusivity. A maximum of 6 guests per vehicle is allowed on Jamala’s open safari vehicles and a private game drive is available on request. Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge has exceptional game rangers who hold FGASA qualifications as well as advanced certificates in rifle-handling and first-aid training. Expert game trackers accompany each game drive so you’re guaranteed great animal and bird sightings.  


After the morning game drive, enjoy a decadent pamper session at the spa at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge. The bespoke menu includes signature treatments using Charlotte Rhys spa products which includes Baobab Oil and Kalahari Melon Seed Oil as well as Aloe Ferox Leaf Extract. The therapists at Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge spa only use products that are environmentally friendly and approved by Beauty Without Cruelty. The LaMelle skin care range contains ingredients that helps reduce free radicals and pigmentation and has a topical growth factor which increases new collagen development.  



Sun City is world-renowned as the “Entertainment Capital” of South Africa. It’s a premier holiday resort offering attractions ranging from a world-class golf course to state-of-the-art casino, massive entertainment centre and outdoor adventure zones. The main attractions at Sun City Resort include:
  • 5 outstanding hotels, including the iconic Palace of the Lost City
  • Sun City Vacation Club; timeshare holiday destination
  • Valley of the Waves; an artificial beach and a world of fun
  • Waterworld; a wide selection of outdoor and water sports
  • Casino and entertainment complex
  • Vast food court
  • 2 world-class golf courses
  • Lush tropical gardens and bird park
  • Kwena crocodile farm
  • Predators park
Sun City’s neighbor is Pilanesberg Game Reserve. It’s the ideal destination for a “surf & safari” holiday as it only takes about 15 minutes to pop across to Pilanesberg for a Big 5 safari adventure.  


Pilanesberg Game Reserve is one of the largest and most popular game reserves in South Africa, rivalling the iconic Kruger National Park as a Big 5 destination. What makes Pilanesberg so popular is it’s located in a malaria-free region, it’s less than a 2-hour drive from Johannesburg and its famous neighbour is the Sun City Entertainment & Casino Resort. Pilanesberg lies in the crater of a long-extinct volcano. The fascinating alkaline complex was created by volcanic action some 1 300 million years ago; the area is fringed by three concentric ridges or rings of hills. The volcanic crater has survived ages of erosion and stands high above the surrounding bushveld plains. The early presence of man can be seen in numerous Stone and Iron Age sites found throughout the park. Prior to its proclamation as a reserve in 1979, the Pilanesberg National Park Complex was degraded and depleted of indigenous wildlife populations due to fairly intense settlement by commercial farmers. At considerable expense, the land has been restocked with game, the scars of human settlement were removed and tourism infrastructure was developed during the first 15 years (1979 and 1993). This constituted the largest and most expensive game stocking and land rehabilitation project ever undertaken in any African game reserve at the time. It was called Operation Genesis and introduced, among others, endemic species such as brown hyena, cheetah, wild dog and sable.  


The Barberspan Bird Sanctuary spans 2 000 hectares and is regarded as the largest inland waterfowl sanctuary in southern Africa. It is RAMSAR Convention-accredited due to its international importance as a sanctuary for migratory birds and waterfowl. Barberspan Bird Sanctuary is a massive 2000 hectare body of water which is divided into two sections; the southern part of bird watching and the northern part for angling and boating. Avid bird watchers can expect to see thousands of birds including flamingos, African spoonbills and pelicans. The Barberspan Bird Sanctuary is located on the outskirts of the town of Delareyville which is close to Vryburg on the N14 highway and roughly three hours’ drive from Johannesburg.  


The Kortkloof Cultural Village is located in the Kortkloof Valley in the rugged hills of the Swartruggensnear Groot Marico. The village is set deep in rural North West Province and not easily accessible to visitors. Visits need to be pre-booked through the Groot Marico Tourism office because it’s an authentic cultural village and not one artificially set up for tourism. The inhabitants of Kortkloof village live in much the same way they have for the last 100 years. Their lives are largely unaffected by development and modern conveniences and they’ve retained their cultural traditions which extend to food, dancing, dress and traditional way of life. Whilst in the area, you can visit the Eye of Marico which is a natural river fountain, tour a local mampoer distillery and visit the Herman Charles Bosman Living Museum and Wondergat.  


Borakalalo is one of the most under-rated national parks in South Africa but is well worth a visit. The nature reserve spans some 14 000 hectares of what is described ‘unusual eco-diverse terrain’; comprising a mix of broad-leafed and acacia woodland combined with riverside forests along the banks of the Moretele River. The national park is home to over 350 different bird species and attracts avid bird watchers who come to see 11 types of eagle and 18 different raptors. The Borakalalo Dam is popular with anglers on a mission to catch carp, bream and barbel. It is not home to the Big 5 except for white rhino (except it is the black rhino which is classified part of the Big 5); it’s home to an array of antelope, giraffe, and leopard.  


The Botsalano Game Reserve lies just north of Mafikeng close to the Botswana border on the South African side. Like the Pilanesberg Game Reserve, it is located on the site of one of the oldest volcanic craters in the world which extends through the Park and into Botswana. The national park plays an important conservation role in South Africa and is runs successful breeding programmes for antelope and other mammals which are relocated to stock other game reserves in the country. Spanning some 5 800 hectares, Botsalano Game Reserve comprises a mix of Kalahari thornveld and vast open savanna grasslands interspersed by thick acacia and karee woodlands. Botsalano means ‘friendship’ in Setswana. The reserve is stocked with well over 2 000 head of animals and is home to over 200 bird species. Apart from the presence of white rhino, Botsalano Game Reserve has few dangerous animals and no Big Cats so it’s a popular destination for mountain bikers and hikers. There is an extensive network of animal tracks in the reserve which serve as ideal paths for bike rides and walks.  


Mafikeng Game Reserve spans some 4 600 hectares of open Kalahari grasslands, acacia thorn scrub and mixed sour bushveld. It lies on the boundary of the capital city of the North West Province and is easily accessible for a day trip. The game reserve is one of the major breeding reserves for white rhino in South Africa. It is also famous for having pioneered electronic tagging in an effort to curb rampant rhino poaching. To see lions; Manyane Game Lodge is situated on the border of Mafikeng Game Reserve. Guests can access Manyane reserve from Mafikeng Game Reserve to visit a lion enclosure and crocodile camp.  


Molopo Game spans some 24 000 hectares and lies on the border of Botswana in the far western corner of the North West Province. It is one of the province’s “secret reserves” mostly because of its remote location, lack of large predators and limited accommodation. It is used as a hunting concession in winter which is off putting for most animal lovers. On the predator’s list you’ll find cheetah, hyena, caracal, the African wildcat, honey badger and black-backed jackal. Molopo’s bird list is impressive and it’s bird heaven for avid bird watches. For aspiring archaeologists, a popular attraction is the fossillised Phepane river bed which can be explored on foot.  


Taung is a remote town located in the southern region of the North West Province in South Africa. It’s famous for being the site of where a child’s fossillised skull was found in 1924 at the Buxton Quarry. It was discovered by Professor Dart and named Australopithecus Africanus, which translates to “the southern ape of Africa”. The Taung Heritage site forms part of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. The discovery of the fossil site is marked by a monument and an abandoned mine tunnel is open to explore. A tour of Taung offers visitors fascinating insight into the history of southern Africa and the civilisations that preceded modern societies.  


The Molemane Eye Nature Reserve is located 11 kilometres from Ottoshoop on the Lichtenburg-Zeerust Road in the North West Province. It’s a petite nature reserve more famous for its spectacular scenery and fishing spots than game and birds. The centre of the reserve is a natural well where half the water filters into the dam for and the rest turns a giant water wheel which still keeps the old mill working. The Mill at Molemane Eye Nature Reserve is a national monument. Pitch a tent, grab your bass fishing rods and enjoy a ‘catch and release’ day at the dam.

Jamala Madikwe Royal Safari Lodge Rates 2019


Madikwe HillsRates and Tariffs
Madikwe Hills | Main Camp | Fully Inclusive | per person per night / singleZAR12 400
Madikwe Hills | Main Camp | | Fully Inclusive | Children 10-16 yrs | per night per person sharingZAR6 200
Madikwe Hills | Private CampRates and Tariffs
Per villa per night | max 4 adultsZAR53 200