Olievenfontein Private Game Reserve

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (unit):
from R 1,450
Olievenfontein Private Game Reserve is a stunning self-catering reserve which lies 1500 m above sea level in the breathtaking, malaria-free Waterberg Mountains. The reserve is set in the heart of the Waterberg Biosphere which is protected by UNESCO. It offers unprecedented and spectacular views.<br /><br />A truly unique experience awaits both the keen outdoor enthusiast and the well-primed city slicker, allowing your senses to be remoulded in the absence of the hustle and bustle of daily life. Olievenfontein offers you absolute peace and tranquillity, allowing you an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate while enjoying the great beauty and splendour that Africa has to offer. Guests can sit back and enjoy a good book while listening to the sounds of almost 350 bird species, or watch the various game species on the reserve.<br /><br />The untamed wilderness and the magnificent wildlife offerings of South Africa will leave you with a lasting impression. A safari at a reserve of this nature makes for an unforgettable family holiday, which is why we offer guests a pleasurable stay with their children. We offer a host of activities which will keep children occupied and entertained while the rains fall, or even just for them to have their own space while staying with us. <br /><br />We offer transfers to and from the reserve. This option will allow you and your family to take in the many sites that the Waterberg has on offer, including the renowned Waterberg Meander. We will collect you and your family or colleagues from your preferred location, and transfer you in the comfort of either our VW Caravelle or our Land Rover Defender. Alternatively, we can arrange a private chartered flight, either by helicopter or by light aircraft.
17 Jul 2017
By Adriaan van der Walt
"We loved the place, the atmosphere there, the immediate surroundings. Johan and Jennifer took trouble to make us feel at home."
"An ideal peaceful getaway"
05 Jun 2017
By Russel Brand
"An ideal peaceful getaway in an intimate setting."
"Worst Place Ever"
02 May 2017
By Karen de Freitas
"Will never return there not worth the price. Owner cannot accept criticism as he always has a defensive answer. This place is definitely not for kids. The accommodation needs fixing and the shower floor in the Zebra lodge has mildew"
"Peace and Tranquility"
02 May 2017
By Sarah Taylor
"We had a fabulous stay. Johan and Jenny as well as all the staff were fantastic and friendly. We were 7 people who stayed in the Giraffe Lodge and it was brilliant, loads of space and all the comforts of home with everything we needed. It was very clean and neat. Wonderful to sit overlooking the watering hole to watch all the animals. It is far from any major towns so make sure you bring all your food, drinks, toiletries - any essentials. Great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city to come and de-stress and relax. Really enjoyed the game drive."
24 Apr 2017
By Eugene Cox
"We had a very calm and restful week."
24 Mar 2017
By Angus Cowap
"we loved having the place to ourselves... the benefits of going mid week off season"
"Awesome place to relax and unwind."
02 Mar 2017
By Fazila Sewpersadh
"Thanks to Jen & Johan for being so awesome as well as the excellent staff.Thank you for making us feel at home.A beautiful place to relax and unwind.We will definitely be back."
26 Feb 2017
By Senhle, South Africa
"The Lodge is very very neat enjoyed our stay. Very peaceful environment. Thanks to Jen and Johan they are great people very friendly and helpful."
"Very restfull"
06 Feb 2017
By Celeste, South Africa
"This is a very pretty place. Helps you to stay well rested and relaxed"
"manager has a stinking attitude."
05 Dec 2016
By imogene, South Africa
"The Lodge is beautiful and peaceful but the manager is very rude and would not recommend that place to any of my family members or friends due to the attitude of that caretaker.we practically booked all the chalets there with my family coming from different provinces,but we were treated like its a favour to be there. .."