Sightseeing

ID #1342

Moholoholo Forest Camp and Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Hoedspruit, Lowveld, Limpopo Province.

On the slopes of Moholoholo, “The very great one” as Mariepskop is known to locals. In a rain forest surrounded by acacia woodland. Viewing terrace where one can see nyala, red duiker, bushbuck, samango monkeys, bushpig, warthog and porcupine as they browse on the forest floor – a must, particularly at night when the floodlights are on because you will see animals rarely seen elsewhere.  Luxurious and secluded forest camp accommodation. 8 well-appointed and secluded log chalets with en-suite bathrooms and ceiling fans. Meals in boma or dining area. Small conference facility. Over 300 bird species. Birdwatching, guided spoor and game walks as well as visits to the rehabilitation centre. Endangered servals are bred and reintroduced into the wild. Rehabilitation of poisoned and endangered wildlife. The opportunity to see wildlife like vultures, crowned eagle, honey badgers, caracal etc at close quarters should not be missed. A visit stimulates awareness and an understanding of the plight our wildlife faces today.  Game ranger and wildlife training courses.

Travel west on the R531 from Klaserie, which is on the R40 north of Nelspruit, which is on the N4 east of Middelburg, which is at the intersection of the N4 with the N11. ACMoholoholo

Contct:        Box 1476 Hoedspruit 1380
+27 (15) 795 5236 telephone and fax

web: www.moholoholo.co.za

And enjoy the story of Stoffel, the "Houdini" honey badger www.metaspoon.com/honey-badger/

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Last update: 2014-06-06 14:23
Author: Alan McIver
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