Southern Africa is known for being bountiful when it comes to natural resources and stupendous scenery, which makes it one of the most sought after locations for a paramount nature experience. Tomjachu Bush Retreat is one of the most remarkable natural locations South Africa has to provide.
This retreat prides itself on its pristine scenery set over 550 ha of exquisite game fenced mountain bushveld, overlooking the southern boundary of the Kruger National Park and regal Bekker mountains.
Even with bush lodges in abundance in South Africa it is not often that you find one with spectacularly unique features such as Tomjachu. Some of the hidden gems nestled within the landscape at Tomjachu include Zebra Heights, the Lapa, and Matumi picninc spot. Standing at 1030 m, Zebra Heights is a breath-taking 360-degree vantage point overlooking Tomjachu Bush Retreat and the surrounding mountains and landscape.
At sunset, the African sun paints the sky is an array of colours, silhouetting the acacia trees to creating a definitive feel of the African bush. The Lapa is perched on the edge of a huge granite rock in the Crocodile Valley, with nearby historic remains of the Great Trek in the form of an old Voortrekker Road. It’s the perfect spot to draw you nearer to wildlife; listen to the cries of bushbabies and bark of baboons, while huddled around the open fire with a gentle light from the paraffin lanterns.
Escape into the secluded Matumi picnic spot, a beautiful get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with the soothing sounds of birdsong echoing down the valley. The retreat is dedicating the entire month of May to mothers. Book for a minimum of two nights and quote the code “Mom’s First” when making your booking to be eligible for these great deals, which include, a free mother and child bike hire, game drive or guided walk.
To book your stay at Tomjachu and take advantage of May deals, visit their website: www.tomjachu.co.za.