Our main aim is to make everyone relax and have fun whilst enjoying the peace & tranquility of the bushveld.
Things to do
- Game viewing on an open Land Rover
- Splash pool for the warmer seasons
- Bird watching
- Mountain biking
- Quad bikes allowed
Things to do in the Surrounding
The Tropic of Capricorn
Capricorn marks the southern border of the Tropics region of the planet, because it is the Most southerly point at which the sun can appear to be overhead. The Tropic of Capricorn Monument is a marker, surrounded by picturesque mountains and bushveld. The “Koppies” or small mountains are sacred for nearby communities and many traditional clan rituals are held here.
Louis Trichardt Golf Club (35km from Bandelierkop)
This is one of the best 9-hole courses in South Africa, if not the best with beautiful trees and kept in excellent condition all year around. Very friendly club atmosphere with good facilities. 015-516 0991
- Board Room
- Function Facilities
- Halfway House
- Pro Shop
- Putting Green
- Driving range
Madi a Thavha design is a project to create employment for women living in the rural areas around Madi a Thavha mountain farm. A wide range of home decoration products, gifts and accessories are produced, inspired by traditional Venda and Shangaan materials, appliqué and embroidery techniques. Items you can expect in this shop are placemats, table clothes, table runners, serviettes, Cushions oven gloves etc, but tailor made products can also be ordered by individuals.
Address: Madi a Thavha Farm Lodge, R522 Louis Trichardt to Vivo, Louis Trichardt, Limpopo
Telephone: 015 516-0220 or 083 342-4162
Opening hours: Request opening times.
Mukondeni Pottery Village
Mobile: 078 251 0686
Coordinates: E 30.1084 and S 23.254
Mukondeni Pottery Village was started by Sarah Munyai who was born in 1921. She started doing pottery at the age of 12 taught by her mother. A group of five women at Mukondeni Village make clay pots at their homes and bring them to Sarah’s place for sale. The women make clay pots, which are based on traditional paintings of Venda and Tsonga people and are sold to tourists, businesses and local people. The clay potteries are mainly painted in maroon, grey and brown colours and are very distinctive.
Because of this pottery making initiative by Sarah, the whole village is well known for its pottery making culture and Sarah Monyai has become an icon in the whole of the Limpopo Province.