The Waterberg, Limpopo, South Africa is a UNESCO designated Biosphere. A great diversity of wildlife and habitats are found here. Bushmen paintings and ancient sites can also be seen on the reserve. Jembisa has 7km (4 miles) of the Palala River running through the middle of the reserve, it is excellent for fishing and riverside walks.
At Jembisa, guests can set off on mountain bikes with a ranger for game spotting, or take a game drive. On this malaria-free game reserve in Waterberg, Limpopo, South Africa there are common sightings of Rhino, Giraffe, Hippopotamus, Livingstone’s Eland, Kudu, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Bushbuck, Impala and Crocodile.
Take R21 to Pretoria for about 20 minutes.
Take the N1 highway North towards Pietersburg / Polokwane.
Turn off at the Kranskop toll gate (third toll gate) to Nylstroom/Modimolle.
Go through Nylstroom/Modimolle to Vaalwater (± 60km).
In Vaalwater turn right at the stop street towards Melkriver.
Go ± 42 km (26.04 Miles) and turn left onto a gravel road marked Melkriver School/Lapalala.
After 6km (3.72 Miles) turn right (there is an old Cape Dutch farm house on the right hand side).
Drive for 3.3km (2.046 Miles), the main entrance to Jembisa Lodge will be on your right.