Colin, Theony and our team would love to hear from you!

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Mobile Mobile : +27 082 789 9002
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We are open from Tuesday to Sunday, but closed on Sunday night and entire Monday.
The office and all activities are closed on Monday but if you wish to make a Lodge booking that runs longer than 7 days (over a Monday) then please let us know and we can make a special arrangement for you.

Please remember this is Africa! We have unreliable telephone lines, bad cellphone reception and slow internet access! If you have not received an e-mail reply within 3 days please try again, we really appreciate it!


GPS Coordinates : S25 deg. 33' 23.68" | E028 deg. 33' 23.49"

Latitude/Longitude : -25.55677 / 28.55054

NB It is essential to set your GPS/Tom Tom/Garmin up in settings to accept the input in Degrees, Minutes and Seconds !!!!! Entering these above figures into any other format will get you lost – please take care.

We offer transfers to and from Gautrain Hatfield Station (end of the line). Please phone for details.

By car 1 hour from OR Tambo Airport and 45 min from Hatfield Gautrain station

  • Take the Pietersburg/Polokwane N1 Highway, traveling north
  • Take the Sefako Makgatho Drive/Cullinan off-ramp - R513   (Exit 152)
  • Go through the toll gate
  • Keep to the right hand lane and at the stop light, turn right (under the highway)
  • At the 2nd stop light (see China Mall), turn left at the sign KwaMlanga (R573)
  • Proceed for exactly 33 km. Reset your trip meter to make sure it is exactly 33 km.
  • Turn right at the sign Mamelodi/Cullinan. This is a tarred road. (If you see a Shell Petrol station, an OK Food store and small shops on both sides of the road you have missed the turning!!).
  • Proceed for 6 km along the Mamelodi/Cullinan tar road.
  • Turn left at the green and white sign 'De Tweede Spruit' / brown signT4  onto a dirt road
  • Proceed for 3 km, skip the blue gate on the right
  • The Horseback Africa is the next gate on your right hand side. Gate is brown and has Zulu shields and spears on it.
  • The gate is unlocked, just open by hand and please close behind you