For the full eco-tourism experience, you can check out the Dikhololo Game Reserve, located just 34km northwest of Brits. Divided into several separated camps, guests at the unique resort will have their section’s own braai facilities, accommodations, and swimming pools. Here, you can vacation up close to diverse wildlife include giraffes, wildebeest, impala, zebras, and countless other South African animals.
The accommodations for these South Africa timeshare resales are clustered into camps, some of which are connected and others that are spread out. The buildings feature Harvey tiled thatched roofs, and the units range from studios, or two, three and four bedroom suites. All timeshares have fully equipped kitchens with a stove, microwave oven, and refrigerator.
Throughout the Dikhololo resort, you can enjoy the various on-site amenities. There are several swimming pools, heated pools, and even a waterslide. You can also challenge your family to a game of tennis, squash, mini golf or volleyball, and the kids can run and play to their heart’s content at the playground. Bird watching and game rides are available on-site, since you cannot get enough of the natural wonders surrounding the resort.
By staying directly on the game reserve, you will have a front row ticket to the natural wonders of South Africa. The lush green vegetation hides many hooved and grazing beasts, including antelope, zebras, and giraffes, and the jagged rocks form stunning natural sculptures all around you. Daily game rides will give you the complete tour, and at night, when you and your fellow guests are gathered around the braai and dancing, the stars come out and all the sounds of nature surround you. That is what makes these South Africa timeshare resales a truly exciting experience for anyone drawn to the wild.
So if you are looking for a fun holiday retreat that escapes the city life without being too far removed from it, then Dikhololo should be at the top of your list. Here, you can enjoy all the comforts of a vacation home from the depths of the bushveld.
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