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.

Waterberg Tourism is registered as a non-profit corporation for the inclusion of all stakeholders. Waterberg Tourism is seeking only to serve its members by competitively marketing the Waterberg area as an outstanding tourism destination, to local and international tourists.

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What does the future hold for tourism in the Waterberg?

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In the words of many tourism is dead in the water right now. With Covid-19 most trips and holidays have had to be cancelled. Many lodges and activities have reduced staff and adopted a “care and maintenance” strategy merely to survive! The future will not be the same as the past. Things will change. Those who can adapt to change will emerge even stronger because there will always be a need for people to travel and visit.

The popular view is that local tourism will be the first to revive. People are tired of being restricted to their homes and many have “Cabin fever”. At the same time, they do not necessarily have the same money for discretionary spend. The Waterberg offers an attractive alternative to getting away. It is only 2 hours from Gauteng and in a relatively free Malaria area. The weather at this time of the year is unbeatable!

Lodges who can see their way clear to adapting to the local market and adjusting their prices and offerings will be the ones to survive.

Conservation hunting is another extremely popular source of visits to the Waterberg. Many fathers and sons are dying to get out into the bush as are groups of friends. We have already had many enquiries from visitors as to where they may be able to hunt (for leisure and under level 3 regulations). Please let us know if you have hunting facilities available.

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We don't think you can ever get tired of the scenery in the Waterberg.😍

Thank you Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway for the beautiful picture!
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Can you spot the "grey ghost" of the Bushveld?🤔
You are most likely to spot the illusive kudu when they cannot hide in the thick green bushveld of the Summer. 😉

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The Waterberg is covered in a blanket of thick clouds and very welcome rain this morning! It is a sigh to behold! 😁

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Beautiful early-Spring sunsets... *sigh*
Do we need a reason to love Waterberg sunsets?😁

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Time is almost up! Remember to send in your logo design today!DEADLINE APPROACHING!

Take your shot at designing our logo! The Waterberg Wild Dog Initiative is in need of a logo to represent the conservation and community ideals the initiative was founded on. In order to give our Wild Dog aficionados a chance to showcase their design skills and be a part of the initiative, WWDI is announcing a Logo Design Contest. Contestants are encouraged to use their creativity and incorporate the beautiful characteristics of the Waterberg environment with the uniqueness of the African Wild Dog.

Contest Rules:
1. Contestants do not need to reside in the Waterberg in order to submit designs. This contest is open to anyone and everyone!
2. All ages are welcome to submit entries. Contestants under 18 years old will need a legal guardian to sign the submission form.
3. All submissions must be an original design.
4. Contestants are allowed to submit more than one design.
5. Designs should incorporate the characteristic Waterberg mountain range image (image can be sent to anyone interested).
6. Digital submissions are encouraged, but hand-drawn submissions are welcome.
7. All contestants must complete a submission form. Contestants submitting multiple designs need only to complete one submission form.

If you would like a submission pack, simply comment with your email on this post and WWDI will send one your way.
Submission forms and designs are due to waterbergwilddoginitiative@gmail.com by Friday, October 2nd at 11:59PM (GMT+2). WWDI has the right to not consider any entries that do not meet the above contest rules. The WWDI Steering Committee will choose the Top 5 designs and post them to the Waterberg Wild Dogs Facebook page for public voting on Monday, October 5th. The design with the most votes on the Facebook page by Friday, October 9th at 6:00PM (GMT +2) will be chosen as the winner. The winner will be notified via the contact information provided on the entry form.
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