Pitse Lodge is situated in the malaria-free 37000 hectare Welgevonden Game Reserve in the Limpopo Province. Welgevonden forms part of the spectacular Waterberg Region and borders on the Marakele National Park.
The lodge can accommodate 10 people, with 5 luxurious stone and thatch houses, all with en-suite bathrooms, outside showers and their own private wooden decks. Two of the units are joined by an entrance hall, ideally suited to families with children.
Lion, elephant, white rhino, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, eland, kudu and many other species of game occur in the area. There are occasional sightings of leopard and cheetah. Welgevonden has an extensive bird and plant species list. In the Pitse area there are unique populations of blue cranes, secretary birds and Cape Vultures. The lodge is well known for its large presence of white rhino, which often graze very close to the lodge.
|Telephone :||+27 82 774 4639|
|Fax:||+27 14 755 4939|