About Waterberg Cottages
Nestled in the heart of the Waterberg plateau, Waterberg Cottages offers it’s guests a haven of tranquillity, relaxation, fun and chance to enjoy the beautiful Bushveld.
Top attractions at Waterberg Cottages are:
- Stunning game drives over the adjacent Belleview Private Reserve. This reserve is teeming with game, and is offered as an exclusive game viewing option only to our guests.
- Astronomy shows led by South Africa's Great Guides favourite astronomer - Dr Philip Calcott
- Interaction with Mungo, our sociable bushbaby. Mungo is the cutest creature we have ever met, and guests can hand-feed him. He will also often nestle on guests while they tickle his chin.
Only 2.5 hours away from Pretoria, and malaria free, we invite you to leave behind the stress and strain of the city and experience the unspoilt wilderness of the Waterberg Biosphere.
Waterberg Cottages is a family-orientated establishment and we have many activities to keep the kids occupied. these include our 15m heated pool, trampoline, children’s adventure village, and sand play areas.
We offer a range of marked walking trails where guests can enjoy relaxing walks in beautiful bush and stunning views, and a range of dams that guests are welcome to fish in. Other activities include Hippo viewing, donkey cart rides, and horse riding at the world-famous Horizon Horseback Adventures.
Safari: We offer morning and afternoon game drives and have sightings such as giraffe, zebra, kudu, wildebeest, ostrich, impala, aardvark, warthog etc. Our birdlife is also abundant.
Family friendly: Ideal for families - especially with kids. With lovely lawns to run around on, a solar-heated swimming pool, tennis court, volleyball and pool volleyball, game drives, walking trails, trampoline & kids playground.
Stay between 15 Nov 2019 and 15 Feb 2020 and get 30% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 15 Nov 2019 and 15 Feb 2020)
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