Buhala is an enchanting
Game Lodge right on the banks of the Crocodile
River, the border of the Kruger National Park. What a wonderful
waterhole to have at the bottom of the
garden! Elephant, buffalo, hippos and many
antelope are just a few of the frequent visitors there.
Guests sitting on the veranda sipping sundowners or lazing around
the pool have wonderful sightings of these
fascinating animals. Fine food and wines are
served on the deck under candlelight and the whole
atmosphere is one of casual elegance and great comfort and
tranquillity. Golf at Leopard Creek is one of
the privileges of guests at Buhala Game
Lodge and the day safaris into the Kruger nearly always see at least 4
the BIG FIVE.
a "bush Spa" on an outdoor deck for massages, pedicures,
Buhala is a marvellous place also, from which to explore the
magical bush veldt, which gives you
the realization of true Africa. The Panorama route,
God's Window right to the Blyde River Canyon is a
wonderful day trip and both Swaziland
and Mozambique are only an hour away.
From Gauteng, the high
plateau grasslands of Mpumalanga stretch eastward for hundreds of kilometres,
offering outstanding attractions, specially for those who seek tranquillity.
Witbank, the first major town in this region, is the centre of the local coal
mining industry, while the Botshabelo Mission Station near Middelburg is a
romantic reminder of the days when the African veld was a frontier land. To the
east, the brisk cool highlands around Belfast, Dullstroom, Machadodorp and
Lydenburg compromise one of the few remaining natural highveld areas in
Mpumalanga and provide well-stocked trout streams and spectacular scenery.