Activities

Activities

Sightings of some of africa’s most magnificent creatures.

The Estate offers sightings of some of Africa’s most magnificent creatures like Rhino, Buffalo, Leopard, and Sable. The perennial Palala River running on the estate has a variety of fish species and the occasional hippo sightings. There are many activities for all ages to enjoy when visiting Legôla Wildlife Estate.

Fishing: Catch and release – barber, yellowfish, kurper, mackerel, mudfish, black bass, karp

Pontoon Cruise
On the river, braai and fishing

Photography
Safari

Game
Drives

Beautiful
Sundowner
Views

Hunting

Bowhunting

Feeding of
Animals

Hiking &
Walks

MTB cycling

Target shooting

Special picnic
spots

The Estate has specially equipped vehicles for game and bird viewing. For the more adventurous, a five-seater turbine helicopter is available on request at additional cost to explore the farm, game and beautiful surroundings from a birds-eye perspective.

Private photographic safaris

We offer photographic safaris for all levels of photographers, for first-time photographers or more advanced. Included in the private photographic experience is the use of our vehicle which enables you to have maximum flexibility for your wishes and convenience. The vehicle is designed to accommodate all the lenses and photographic equipment, including supports and bean bags.

Game Viewing

Game Viewing

Join our guides on a game viewing drive in the morning or afternoon.

Game drives on request:
Game / sundowner / scenic drives.
R 500 per vehicle, max of 6 guests.

Boat cruise / river fishing pontoon:
R 2000, max of 10 guests.
Times: 08h00 – 12h00 or 14h00 – 18h00.

The following species of game roam freely and unhindered on the farm:

Leopard
Waterbuck
Buffalo
Impala
Brown Hyena
Klipspringer
Eland
Steenbuck
Kudu

Warthog
Oryx
Bushpig
Giraffe
Aardvark
Zebra
Porcupine
Blue Wildebeest
Tortoise

Zebra

Warthog

Leopard

Impala

Giraffe

Birdlife & Other Activities

Birdlife & Other
Activities

In addition to the larger animals, the birdlife is prolific. There are about 350 bird species found in the Waterberg region – almost 40% of Southern Africa’s list. In the Waterberg area, there are 75 mammal species, over 300 bird species, 84 species of trees and various fish species in the Palala River and surrounding dams.

Attractions in the area include various breeding programmes, like the white lion breeding project, crocodile farm, elephant-back riding, hiking, fishing, cycling, health hydro and spas and even a goat cheese farm. This area is also one of the most important San Rock Art areas in South Africa and presents history lovers with a host of archaeological wonders.