The miracle that is the Magaliesburg Mountain range began its formation more than two billion years ago. Intaba Thulile is privileged to nestle on the slopes of this remarkable geological spectacle.
Intaba Thulile, "Peaceful Mountain", is privileged to nestle on the slopes of this remarkable geological spectacle, is a 450 hectare private game farm within the Magaliesburg Nature Conservancy.
As it is within easy access to Johannesburg - approximately 80km west - and some 90km`s from Pretoria, it is a perfect distance for a ‘getaway’ weekend for those seeking refuge from the rigors of urban stress.
Relax and simply gaze upon the unforgettable views; or actively explore the ancient kloofs, the cliffs, the crevices, and the extraordinary rock formations.
The Magaliesburg Mountain range is a haven for wildlife and plants of many diverse species. Let Intaba Thulile be a peaceful, serene and tranquil haven for you.
There is plenty to see and do in the area surrounding Intaba Thulile:
There are a number of Spa’s in the area for a bit of pampering….why not!
Sport and Adventure:
There is abseiling, fishing, micro lighting, gliding, and what about the unforgettable Magaliesburg Canopy Tour – not far from Intaba Thulile.
Golf Courses in the area are plentiful. Most clubs will welcome you as a visitor.
Each chalet sleeps 4 people comfortably (2 bedrooms, one with a Queen size bed and the other with 2 single beds).
The chalets are self catering and come fully equipped with quality linen, fluffy towels, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans. The kitchen is fitted with a small stove, microwave and fridge.
There is a lovely bathroom with both bath and shower, to suit all preferences. For those crisp winter nights, heaters will ensure your comfort. For those long balmy summer days and nights, the spacious wooden deck is the place to put your feet up and enjoy the magnificent views of the Magaliesburg mountains.
To enjoy outdoor living at its best, each chalet has its own braai/barbecue area complete with a braai grid.
There are no TV’ s in the chalets – this is about getting away from it all!
Intaba Thulile Activities:
Take the spotting list provided on a lovely walk around the reserve and see what you can spot. Walkers and hikers alike will spend many memorable hours in happy tramping.
Climb to the top of the mountain and walk along for incredible views and awesome rock formations.
There's nothing like a cool swim for beating the summer heat. There is a beautiful swimming pool near the chalets, (but far away enough for people to play without disturbing you in your siesta), where you can enjoy a refreshing swim, or a relaxing sunbathe.
What a pleasure to explore the reserve by mountain bike! The farm roads are perfect for a lovely leisurely bike ride, away from noisy traffic. Bring along your mountain bike.
While you are having your stroll or riding your bicycle, you will be sure to spot either the blesbok, impala, rooi hartebees, nyala, giraffe, warthog, baboon, or ostriches, as they pronk about, graze in the bush and on the plains, or have a drink at the water hole.
* Please note no private vehicles in the game park.
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Best kept secret of Magaliesberg! Accommodation, facilities and staff were all excellent. We will definitely be back.
Rating: Reviewed by Daniel De Canio over a year ago
Received lovely warm welcome. Simple but quite adequate facilities - we had no problems. We had a 92 year old with us so could not stray too far from chalet which prevented us from exploring. Probably better to visit in the summer when we can swim. I would go there again.
Rating: Reviewed by Mrs J.L. Tosio over a year ago
We absolute loved our stay. The host Joanne is a fabolous person with a vibrant personality that makes her guest feel at home.
Rating: Reviewed by Deidre Herbst over a year ago
We had an enjoyable 4 day stay both walking on the farm and in the accommodation when it rained. Just the right level of amenities for a relaxing nature experience. Add to that the low price and the rating is excellent.
Rating: Reviewed by Eckart Hartmann over a year ago