Lephalale Municipality
  

Tourism

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Lephalale is an eco-tourism paradise and the most important hunting hub in South Africa. It is also a gateway to Botswana as it boarders Botswana to the west with four international border posts: Stockpoort, Groblersburg, Zanziba and Platjan.
 
Activities Offered
  Waterberg Biosphere, 4x4 Adventure, Fish Eagle, Fish Route, Hunting Safaris
  Bird Watching, Game Viewing, Rock Art, Traditional Dancing, Conferencing, Golf, and Mogol Sports Club
 
Main Resources / Attractions

Nestled at the spur of the Waterberg Mountains, Lephalale is a place of peace and breathtaking beauty. Highlights like the awe inspiring D'Nyala Nature Reserve, Marakele National Park and the spectacular Mokolo Dam & Nature Reserve, underscores why Lephalale is called "the heartbeat of the Waterberg bushveld". As part of the Waterberg biosphere, the Lephalale area is richly blessed with pristine natural beauty and an abundance of fauna and flora.

Lephalale offers an infinite variety of scenic contrasts and encompasses the unique Waterberg wilderness with its extraordinary beauty which boasts superb vistas, mountain gorges, clear streams and rolling hills. Geological sites and rock art is a strong draw-card for the region, suggesting its links to many previous generations.

 
 
Game and Nature Reserves:
D'Nyala Nature reserve

This small but attractive reserve is located just 15km from the town. A series of gravel roads take visitors to a number of interesting view sites and waterholes overlooking the Tambotie River for game and bird viewing. The reserve is home to over 60 mammal species and some 300 bird species.

In addition there is a modern conference facility within the reserve providing a full service to delegates with the added advantage of being located within the tranquility of the park and the opportunities that this offers to delegates.



 
 
Moloko Dam

This scenic nature reserve was established to protect the environment surrounding the Mokolo Dam, one of the most important sources of water in the Western Waterberg. Numerous species of antelope and smaller game flourish in the Busveld, which is characteristic of the area. The Mokolo Dam is known as one of South Africa's prime angling destinations. Angling enthusiasts and birders will also enjoy the many opportunities. Facilities include a campsite, braai stands and ablution facilities. This is a popular weekend destination for residents of Lephalale. Boating permitted. For more information please visit:

 
  www.lephalaletourism.co.za
 
  

 

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