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Large family gatherings, conferences or special occasions? check out Motseng!

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Enjoy delicious home cooked catering from Lindani Farm Kitchen...

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Beautiful, secluded lodges with private swimming pools...

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Check out our new camping facilities!

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Lindani is perfect for hiking!

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Mountain biking at Lindani is something special.

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Lindani is a 3200ha game farm in the Waterberg 275 kms north of Johannesburg, situated between the Palala and Melk Rivers. We have eight secluded houses, cottages and lodges and one camping site, each with its own private pool. As our guests, you are encouraged to explore the property and enjoy outdoor adventure and recreational activities such as mountain biking, hiking and trail running single track trails. You can choose between ordering delicious, freshly prepared meals and full lodge servicing, or the total privacy of self-catering with no servicing. We also offer fully catered conference facilities.

Children are welcome and special rates are offered for large groups, special occasions, children and pensioners (midweek). One unit is wheel chair friendly.

 

OUR MISSION
"We are trying to achieve many things at Lindani:

  • let nature be itself, protected from so much that can damage it
  • enable employees to grow and enjoy life
  • provide guests with the opportunity to renew their souls in a beautiful environment
  • let families spend quality time together in the bush
  • provide exciting opportunities for the adventurous
  • establish positive relationships with the communities around us

In essence we want Lindani to be a place of peace, joy, fun and adventure for all who associate with it."
Peg and Sam van Coller

Recent news...

NEWS FLASH - SPECIAL OFFER

25% discount off all accommodation at our lodges from:
22nd November 2013 - 1st December 2013
7th February 2014 – 16th February 2014

Minimum charge as per web site i.r.o. number of adult bednights

Winner of the Waterberg Nature Conservancy inaugural Conservationist of the Year 2012