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Situated on 2,750 ha in Lephalale (Ellisras), Limpopo (South Africa)

ZINYATHI Lodge is one of the Limpopo Province's jewels. This magnificent game ranch near Lephalale (Ellisras) hosts Rhino, a herd of Buffalo, Sable Antelope, Giraffe, Eland, Kudu, Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Bush pig, Blue Wildebeest, Golden Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Gemsbok (Oryx), Kudu, Impala, Black Impala, Nyala, Blesbok, White Blesbok, Burchell's Zebra, Ostrich, Duiker, Steenbok and Warthog. Local predators include Brown Hyena, Caracal (Lynx), Black Backed Jackal, Bat Eared Fox, Civet Cat, and various smaller cats. Occasional visitors to the ranch includes Leopard and Cheetah.

The ranch is malaria free and situated in the summer rainfall area with an average rainfall of 450mm per annum. Temperatures average between 17 and 37 degrees centigrade. The ranch is 950 metres above sea level, relatively flat with reddish sandy soil on the surface and clay below. The animals graze on Soetveld also known as Rooibos veldt, Maroela and Knoppiesdoring veldt as well as the well known Acacia veldt.

Accommodation is luxurious with on-suite facilities. You can swim in the pool to cool off in the summer heat or participate in clay pigeon shooting. Other activities to enjoy includes, hiking, birding (vultures breed on the ranch), game viewing and predator calling at night.

Enjoy real African cuisine at the lapa and watch the herd of Buffalo and other animals quench its thirst at the lake next to the lodge, including a pair of Black Backed Jackal feeding on the insects drawn by the lights.

Zinyathi Lodge is known for its scenic beauty and is a haven for photographers abroad.

The main house accommodates 8 people. It provides for self catering and includes a kitchen, dining room, lounge with DSTV, bathroom with both a shower and bath, as well as a separate toilet. Meals are usually served on the spacious stoep.

The four fully equipped chalets each provide the following:
Bedroom sleeping 2
Lounge sleeping 2
Kitchen with breakfast nook
Separate bathroom and toilet
The guest building includes a spacious dining room, lounge with DSTV, kitchen and spacious stoep.

Chalets will be cleaned on a daily basis, except for Sundays

Guests at Zinyathi can enjoy a good night's rest in our comfortable beds.

Hunting fee includes, use of hunting vehicle, skinners 1x guide per 2 hunters, firewood within moderate use.


CAPING (capping for trophies will be done at an additional cost per animal caped)

Capping fee for animals in size of Nyala up to Eland R 171.00
Capping fee for animals smaller than Nyala R 114.00
Transport permit for Warthog or Bushpig R 50.00
Transport permit for Blue wilde beest R 55.00
Taxidermy services for you own account and arrangements

Full catering per day per guest/ or R513.00
Breakfast: Sausage or bacon, 2 eggs, toast, cereal, yoghurt, juice, coffee and tea R125.40
Lunch: R182.40
Dinner: R205.20
All meals include a soft drink, juice, coffee and tea



Situated on 6,000 ha in Askham, Northern Cape (South Africa)

Zoutpanputs Game Farm, Kalahari
In the wild expanse of the Kalahari the game farm Zoutpanputs offers the keen lover of nature many an enticing opportunity.
Large herd of springbok and gemsbok (oryx) roam, often seen running or licking salt on the pans. A surprise sighting of rare creatures such as a pangolin could await the visitor over the next dune.
The farm offers more than 50 species of birds that should keep the keen birder busy for days..
The brilliant night sky is the perfect backdrop to the music of the night, such as a jackal calling or the haunting conversation between two spotted Eagle Owl. The beautiful lilac breasted roller (troupant) is often seen in stately old camelthorns on drives along the dry riverbed of the Molopo. Fine opportunities such as delicate winter grass against a clear blue sky will keep the photographer clicking..
Zoutpanputs ia a 6000 ha game farm with antelope such as sable, gemsbok, springbok, zebra, eland, red hartebeest, steenbok, blue wildebeest and duiker..
The abundant birdlife of the Kalahari can be experienced all round: in trees such as the camelthorn, grey camelthorn, sheperd’s tree, black thorn and silver cluster leaf, and the grass on the dunes. Getting to know the meerkat families living around the lodge is a most entertaining pastime..
Situated north of Upington, 100 km from Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and close to the Rietfontein border post.

Zoutpanputs Game Lodge guests are accommodated in bungalows built around a stunning old camel thorn tree at the foot of a red Kalahari dune..
Lodging is provided for a maximum of 14 people in three bungalows. Two bungalows sleep six people each in two adjacent rooms with double and single beds and a bathroom. The third bungalow sleeps two people, single. Linen is provided. Please bring own towels..
A separate entertainment area has a full kitchen, including gas stove, microwave oven and a fridge/freezer for self-catering. The entertainment area has ablution facilities. Amenities are fully solar-powered..
The inside braai area is very popular with guests, especially on cold winter nights. Outside braai areas are also available, with more than enough wood..
A campsite is available, including the use of bathroom facilities (2 showers, 2 toilets and a donkey for hot water).

Self catering lodge, 3 Bungalows, Solar power, Hunting Campsite, Linen provided, Bird watching hides, Full kitchen, Shower facilities, Toilet facilities

Game prices 2020
Springbok, insides out R50/kg. Slaughter fee of R40 each.
Blue Wildebeest R4000. Slaughter fee R60.
Gemsbok R4000. Slaughter fee R60.
Red Hartebeest R3500. Slaughter fee R60.

Other costs
Bakkie R2500 per day
Accommodation R400/day
Children under 10 R200/day

All prices exclude VAT.