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Dikhololo North West
Check-in: Mondays/Fridays - 14h00
Check-in: Sundays - 17h00
Check-out: Mondays/Fridays - 10h00
Check-out: Sundays - 14h00
No Breakage and key deposit
No DSTV remote deposit
No Aircon remote deposit
No TV remote deposit
Chalet Types - all units have stairs
Studio units sleeps 4 (no privacy) / 1 bathroom
2 bedroom sleeps 6 / 1 bathroom
3 bedroom sleeps 6 / 2 bathrooms
4 bedroom sleeps 8 / 2 bathrooms
(Guests must supply their own swimming towels)
*IF you require any special assistance in terms of access, please contact the resort directly*
If you are looking for a memorable eco escape in the South African
bushveld, Dikhololo is the perfect getaway option. An authentic bushveld experience, enjoy a
game drive exploration of the nature reserve and watch the sun set, turning blue skies into a
colourful canvas silhouetted by the African bush.
Indulge in an afternoon of bird watching or take a refreshing dip in the pool, if you are a
thrill seeker, try the waterslide that curves its way down a rocky ridge. Share the beauty of
nature with your family or as an escape with that special someone, your Dikhololo experience
will linger in heart long after you have departed.
Dikhololo is an RCI Hospitality resort.
24 Hour security
Cleaning service (excluding Sundays and public holidays)
DSTV hospitality bouquet
Prepaid air conditioners
Attractions & Activities
De Wildt Cheetah Farm (47 km)
Elephant Sanctuary (46 km)
Hartbeespoort, nearest town (53 km)
Hartebeespoort Aquarium (49 km)
Snake & Animal Park (51 km)
Van Gaalen Cheese Farm (58 km)
Welwitchia Country Market (48 km)
Children’s play area
Conference and team building facilities
Handicap facilities Units KU47, P10 & P14, C15
Indoor heated swimming pool (maximum 33°C)
Live Entertainment (High season)
Only a few baby cots are for rent at Reception. To avoid disappointment, please book in advance.
Restaurant On site
Squash (bring own equipment)
Swimming pools (8)
Tennis (bring own equipment)
Waterslide (super tube)
Take the R24 to Johannesburg, which becomes the N12. Take the N3 to
Pretoria then the N1 to Roodepoort. Take the Hans Strydom (R512) off ramp, turn
right onto Hans Strydom and travel past Lanseria. Follow the road until you reach
the T-junction Magalies/Pretoria, turn left towards Magalies. Follow the signs
towards Brits. In Brits proceed through the town towards Thabazimbi on the R511.
Do not take the first sign that reads Dikhololo towards the right. Travel straight
through Brits on the Thamazimbi road for approximately 25km. Turn right at
Veekraal/Dikhololo onto the dirt road. Continue for 11km, turn right at the T-junction.
Continue for 1.8km, Dikhololo is situated on the left.