A large variety of activities are available, from game drives and bird drives to lion feeding drives and horse back safaris. Guests are also allowed to enter the game viewing area with their own vehicles to ensure that you have the maximum time to search for 4 of Africa’s Big 5!
Experience true nature in an open game drive vehicle. Dwelling through the home of rhino, sharing a moment in the presence of the mighty elephant or coming face-to-face with the highly elusive leopard.
Game drives takes guests through some of the most breathtaking landscape, grasslands, rocky ravines and majestic mountaintops, giving guests a glimpse of unspoiled Africa living at its’ own pace and by its’ own rules.
Enjoy a night drive with our trained and qualified field guides to shine some light on nocturnal animals such as owls, jackal, bush babies and many other creatures of the night, a very educational experience.
Lion Feeding Drives
Complete your African Experience by viewing our lions during their feeding times. This activity is not only interesting but guests will also learn a lot more about the “King of the bush”
Enjoy Africa on horse back as the first pioneers did, surrounded by fresh air and the sweet smells of the bush.
A variety of times are available from early in the mornings to sunset rides and a one and a half hour ride will make sure that you see most of the animal and nature life. Half hour rides are also available for children and adults who do not wish to challenge the longer rides.
Other recreational facilities
From heated pools, cold swimming pools, tennis courts, putt-putt, a squash court, sauna and Jacuzzi.
Mabalingwe also cater for the more adventurous guest and offer the following activities:
At Mabalingwe you will learn to enjoy and master this mythical sport.
Challenge yourself and your vehicle to a journey with spectacular views and sunsets. No charge for this activity and you can drive any time during the day.
This would be the time to start thinking tactical. This activity demands teamwork and strategy planning.
Breathe the smell of fresh air while gliding down steep rocky mountain on Mabalingwe Nature Reserve.