Culture - Present and Future: 4 Nights/5 Days
Day 1 - Ntubu Camp (Masebe Nature Reserve)
From Gauteng the route leads northwards to Bela-Bela along the Great North Route (N1) and the northwards via scenic Waterberg to Ntubu safari camp. The area offers a fascinating excursion into local archaeology, history and excellent birding opportunities.
The dramatic scenery of the Waterberg escarpment is not known to many
Day 2 - Rock Art at Bahananwa
Day two's highlights include beautiful sandveld and surrealistic sandstone formations of the Makgabeng such as the new Jerusalem pinnacle rock of some 200 meters high. A rare sight. The region features many archeological sites with rock art of international importance at Bahananwa massive. Overnight in the scenkic Blouberg camp.
Day 3 - Blouberg Trails Camp
Today's excursions could include a visit to the Leipzig missionary station and a guided visit to various cultural attractions in Blouberg. Bosehla River provides various pool for swimming. After lunch a guided trails leads to the top of the mountain. Overnight in the trails camp built on top of Blouberg.
Day 4 - Trails
Once the early morning mist has dissipated, the trail lead westward to the chief's kraal, on a circular route with dramatic scenery and opportunity for a unique cultural experience, including a visit to a traditional healer. The area is also home to one of the largest colonies of Cape vultures in South Africa as well as giant indigenous yellow wood trees. Overnight the trails camp once more.
Day 5 - Home
Descend the mountain to base camp. Leaving the beauty and tranquility of Blouberg, the route leads to Gauteng via the Tropic of Capricorn and Provincial capital (Polokwane)