About Moholoholo Forest Camp
Moholoholo nestles on the slopes of the 1944-metre-high Mariepskop, one of the highest peaks of the Drakensberg range in this area. This affords a breathtaking view of the towering mountains and vertical cliffs on one side and the rolling Eastern Transvaal Lowveld savanna towards Kruger Park on the other.
The Forest Camp comprises of three, secluded Thatched Reed Huts, four rustic Log Cabins and three Brick Chalets, all with en -suite bathrooms. The main building is where the dining room and deck are situated. The deck overlooks a small, shady waterhole under a canopy of large trees where Nyala and Bushbuck come to quench their thirst together with Samango monkeys. The waterhole is floodlit at night and visited by nocturnal animals such as Bush pig, Civet and Porcupine.
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Stay between 19 Jan 2017 and 26 Apr 2017 and get 15% off.
- 2 night min stay (check-in between 19 Jan 2017 and 26 Apr 2017)
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