ATKV Klein Kariba
Bela-Bela, Bushveld - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:ATKV Klein-Kariba is a three-star conference and holiday resort only five kilometres north of Bela-Bela in the Limpopo Province, 180 km from Johannesburg and 100 km from Pretoria.
The ATKV Klein-Kariba resort offers a wide variety of facilities that have been developed over time from our experience with a wide variety of conference groups.
ATKV Klein-Kariba is commited to high professional standards of which the multitude of testimonials from visiting concerns are evident. We look forward to welcoming your conference group in future.
ATKV Klein-Kariba boasts 177 fully equipped self-catering units.
With the exception of swimming towels, dishcloths, cleaning agents and a tablecloth, all the self-catering units are fully equipped with bath towels, linen, pillows and blankets/duvets. Electric kettles, microwaves, fridges with freezer compartments, fans, crockery, cookware and kitchen utensils, as well as braai equipment are also provided. Except in the Vishoek houses, all units have electric frying pans, toasters, ironing boards and irons.
All units have TV's with the following channels: Information channel, SABC 1, 2, 3, e-TV, M-net, kykNet, cartoons and Supersport 2. Each unit is also equipped with its own clean braai facility and parking. Although mountain cabins 2 & 24 are wheelchair accessible, they are not equipped for wheelchairs.
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at ATKV Klein Kariba, Bela-Bela, Bushveld
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Gay Friendly
Things to do near Bela-Bela, Bushveld
Bela Bela, a Northern Sotho name meaning "Boiling-Boiling", which is synonymous with the town's world-renowned hot water springs was discovered by the Tswana's in the 1800's. Hot water bubbling out of the earth at approximately 22 000 liter per hour with a temperature of 53Â°C and the close proximity to Gauteng make this destination even more popular. The area has pleasantly mild climate during the ...
The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. Established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld, this national park of nearly 2 million hectares, SANParks - Kruger National Park is unrivalled in the diversity of its life forms and a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies. Truly ...
West of the Mogol River in the distinctive bushveld landscape of the foothills of the Waterberg Range lies the busy town of Lephalale. West of the Mogol River in the distinctive bushveld landscape of the foothill of the Waterberg Range lies the tranquil town of Lephalale. Laid out on the farm Waterkloof in 1960, the town is well-known for its coal mining industry and for Matimba, the largest dry-cooled ...
Modimolle (previously Nylstroom) is the commercial centre of the Waterberg plateau, and a popular local tourist destination given its attractive surrounding and excellent facilities. In the heart of the bushveld, some 130 km north of Pretoria, a pleasant surprise awaits the visitor. Modimolle is a lovely place, surrounded by splendid hot mineral springs, peaceful nature reserves and a choice of game ...
Mookgopong (Naboomspruit) is a charming town at the foot of the Swaershoek Mountains surrounded by peaceful nature reserves and steaming hot springs. The mellow Bushveld climate and attractive resorts in the area attract many holidaymakers. ...
Rooiberg, situated between Bela Bela (Warmbaths) and Thabazimbi in Limpopo Province, was once the residence of employees of the Rooiberg Tin Mine. When the mine closed down in the early 1990's the town became deserted and was fast becoming a ghost town. Luckily a consortium purchased the town and started selling the houses to private buyers. Now most of the houses have been purchased and renovated, ...
Within an hour's drive from the Jakaranda city, hikers will find delight in a true Bushveld environment which can be explored on foot. The Mabonz Game Reserve is situated on the hills overlooking Rust de Winter dam and offers pristine landscape with mixed bushveld tree species such as Rooibos, Sand Sering, Acacia and other indigenous trees, including some magnificent Boekenhout trees. Mabonz was the ...
Rust de Winter is a well-known birding destination, with 400 species of birds including numerous varieties of water bird. Game found on the reserve includes kudu, waterbuck, zebra, reedbuck, steenbuck, duiker, impala, Nyala, warthog, aardvark, bushpig, crocodile and otter. ...
Steenbokpan area cater for both international trophy hunters as well as local biltong hunters. Excellent fishing opportunities are offered at the Mokolo dam as well as on the unique Fish Eagle Route, while the nearby D"Nyala Nature Reserve is ideal for hiking, picnic as well as bird watching with two excellent bird hides. ...
To be the leading Municipality that offers quality services to the broader community in the most Economic, Affordable, Equitable and Sustainable manner. Thabazimbi, meaning 'mountain of iron' is the Tswana name for the town and refers to the highly lucrative iron ore reef first discovered here in 1919 and mined since the 1930s when iron and steel production started. The town was proclaimed in 1953 ...
The Vaalwater is the town in the Limpopo Province, previously known as the Northern Province. Situated in the upper reaches of the Mokolo River, Vaalwater is the central village within the Waterberg Mountain range. The Waterberg's rugged beauty, together with its diversity in plant- and animal life, has led to the development of several exciting eco-tourism projects such as the biosphere reserve - ...
Welgevonden the most accessible premier wilderness reserve in the country and it is MALARIA FREE! Welgevonden is a vast premier game sanctuary with a very limited number of exclusive safari lodges, jealously guarded and managed for future sustainable use and appreciation. ...
Zebediela - the worlds biggest citrus estate. The output is sufficient to provide one orange for every eight people on earth. ...
Directions to ATKV Klein Kariba
Map of ATKV Klein Kariba in Bela-Bela, Bushveld+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 28° 20' 20" E / 24° 50' 59" S
By Car / Driving
Driving to ATKV Klein Kariba in Bela-Bela, Bushveld
|Departing: O.R. Tambo International Airport|
|Address: O R Tambo Airport Road, Kempton Park 1627, South Africa|
|Distance: 156 km / Duration: 1 hour 31 mins|
|1.||Head northwest||0.5 km|
|2.||Take exit 46 for R21 N toward City Center/Kempton Park/Pretoria||0.4 km|
|3.||Merge onto R21
Partial toll road
|4.||Take exit 134 for N1 N toward Polokwane
Partial toll road
|5.||Merge onto N1
Partial toll road
|6.||Take exit 238 to merge onto R516 toward Bela Bela||7.8 km|
|7.||Turn right onto Masemola St||0.8 km|
|8.||Turn left onto Mile St||0.4 km|
|9.||Turn right onto Potgieter Rd/R101
Continue to follow R101
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