Rhinos – Ant's offers a wide range of bush activities that include walks, game drives and even sundowners with rhinos.
Seclusion – Nungubane is one of several secluded luxury lodges in the region, most of which are much more reasonably priced than their counterparts in better-known parks and reserves such as Kruger or Sabi Sands.
Marataba Private Game Reserve – Marataba Private Game Reserve is on the northwest edge of the picturesque Marakele National Park.
Walking trails – What really makes this lodge remarkable are the trails that give it its name. They offer back-to-basics bush walks with expert guides through the ever-changing habitats and ecosystems of this Big 5 game reserve.
Nylsvley Nature Reserve – Nylsvley Nature Reserve is one of the most important and populous bird habitats in southern Africa.
Lookout tower – Nylsvley is home to almost 400 bird species and a total population of 80,000 birds when the flood plain is at peak water level in the wet and warm summer months. You can view it all from on top of the lookout tower.
Elephants – Welgevonden boasts one of South Africa's healthiest white rhino populations, as well as an abundance of elephants.
Cheetah – Welgevonden has also had great success with the notoriously tricky reintroduction of cheetahs.
Makapan aves – Makapan Valley, just outside Mokopane, is home to a series of limestone caves where a remarkable number of ancient animal remains and fossils were found in the early 20th century.
The Waterberg Meander – The Waterberg Meander is a 350km self-drive route that takes tourists right through the heart of the Waterberg Biosphere and incorporates many of its highlights.
Warmbaths – Bela-Bela's Warmbaths has an array of water features and slides -- centered around the natural warm baths themselves -- as well as a host of other activities including go-karting, mini golf and ziplining.