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Lydenburg’s name is derived from Dutch meaning "Town of Suffering" which does not reflect on the town’s status today. Founded in 1849 by a group of Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Potgieter, the... Show more

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Lydenburg Reviews

3.0 out of 5

Leandra Zeelie

Beautiful town.

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1 Game Lodges in Lydenburg. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:

Black Leopard Camp

In Lydenburg

Guests experience what larger commercial lodges offer without the "land-rover hordes", and more importantly, at a muc...

Swimming Pool
Fireplace
Gym
Braai Area
Full Kitchen
Internet access
Parking on Premises
Bar
Laundry facilities
WiFi
Camps
TV
Conference Facility
DSTV

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R825.0

per night

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Lydenburg Reviews

Leandra Zeelie
15 November 2018

Beautiful town.

Okay. 3 out of 5

More info about Lydenburg

Lydenburg’s name is derived from Dutch meaning "Town of Suffering" which does not reflect on the town’s status today. Founded in 1849 by a group of Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Potgieter, the town became the capital of the Lydenburg Republic which was on the wagon route to the port of Delagoa Bay, now known as Maputo. There is talk of Lydenburg being renamed Mashishing and the town is not suffering in the midst of its success in agriculture (potatoes), mining and fly fishing

Before the town was discovered, something older lurked in Lydenburg. The earliest known forms of African sculpture in southern Africa dating back to AD 400 was found in the area in the late 1950s and this draws many visitors which add to the population of over 81 000 locals.

At the foot of Longtom Pass on the R37, the Gustav Klingbiel Nature Reserve comprises an area of 2,200... Show more

About Game Lodges

This is the ultimate experience for guests wanting to get close to nature without compromising on comfort. Guests can usually choose to stay half board, with breakfast, lunch and selected drinks covered, or full board, with all meals and selected drinks, at the game lodge of their choice. All guests will enjoy luxury amenities; with unique touches to decor and layout that enhance their stay in gorgeous natural surrounds. Wildlife and birdlife is abundant in the areas the lodges are located in, and guests will often have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the animals, without leaving the lodge. For those in search of the more reclusive animals in the areas, often including the Big Five, game drives are offered. Getaway and experience the beauty of Africa’s bushlife, while staying in supreme luxury at one of our many Game Lodges.