INTRODUCTION - WATERBERG TOURISM

The natural splendour of the Waterberg, with more than 300 days of sunshine each year, fresh air and clean water, is a South African gem.  A large variety of attractions, an abundance of wild life and birds, excellent accommodation and activities to suit everyone makes it a perfect destination. And the Waterberg is very accessible especially as it’s only two hours from Pretoria.

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World Book Day Project

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In celebration of World Book Day, Save the Waterberg Rhino, Waterberg Tourism, and Waterberg Living Museum are teaming up to organise a local book collection with the books being given to local schools to help stock libraries.
We are asking for any unwanted books. We all have books that are not used any more and just sitting on shelves collecting dust. These books could have a better home helping kids learn to read or reading to learn.

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**Featured Member of the Week** ZA Cheetah Conservation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of vulnerable species. Our Mission is to raise awareness of the vulnerability of South African species and other endangered species through educational experiences, as well as ethically breeding cheetahs in captivity to diversify the gene pool, as well as releasing cheetahs into a protected wild.We are home to a number of endangered and threatened species, including cheetahs, leopards, male non-breeding lions, servals, caracals, African wildcats, wolves, meerkats, and a Siberian tiger. Our project also takes in rescued animals from the local area with an aim to rehabilitate and release them.We offer visitors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to come on an educational tour and learn about our animals, see them up close, take some amazing photos, and learn how you can join us in the fight to protect these precious species.#waterbergtourismsa #waterbergtourismmember #wonderfilledwaterberg #wonderfulescapes #waterbergbiosphere #conservationofvulnerblespecies #zacheetahconservation #SupportOurMembers ... See MoreSee Less
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Wilddogs Wednesday Waterberg Tourism - These curious, young Waterberg Wild Dogs were born in 2020. The 2021 denning season is currently underway, with new pictures of wild dog pups popping up from all over Africa. We believe the last-known breeding pack of Waterberg Wild Dogs is successfully denning at the moment and we're hoping to see evidence of new Waterberg Wild Dog pups soon!#waterbergtourismsa #WaterbergWildDogs #africanwilddogs #paintedwolves #painteddogs #Conservation #communitystrong #waterbergtourism #waterbergbiosphere #support #donate ... See MoreSee Less
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Sometimes, it falls upon a generationto be GREAT. You can be that GREAT generation.Let your GREATNESS blossom!-Nelson Mandela-Happy Youth Day, Enjoy Your Day!!#waterbergtourismsa #waterbergbiosphere #wonderfulescapes #wonderfilledwaterberg ... See MoreSee Less
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Featured member of the week **Dinkweng Safari Camp** In the heart of the bushveld you will find Dinkweng meaning, place of the leopards in Pedi and Sotho. They have 7 Villa’s, each paying homage to nature, providing effortless enjoyment and tranquillity. Each villa is individually, luxuriously and authentically decorated. Each secluded villa has three en-suite bedrooms, a large open plan lounge area, a private viewing deck, a splash pool and a modern kitchen. The communal leisure area feature’s additional facilities for larger groups such as a pool and braai area as well as a thatched boma for dining and children’s play area to entertain the kids. The reserve is populated with kudu, eland, impala, waterbuck, nyala, giraffe, zebra, blesbuck and other plains game. They offer a number of different walking trails, choose between leisurely walks or the more challenging paths covering the picturesque mountain area’s. Visit our website for more info waterbergtourism.com/directory/dinkweng-safari-camp/ ... See MoreSee Less
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