Witfontein Private Reserve
Witfontein Private Reserve, is the starting point of every wondrous experience you will have while in South Africa. The location in the middle of the glorious Waterberg Mountains is of major significance, as it is in an area of South Africa where there is no malaria.

Below you may read more about the Reserve and the lodge.


The History of Witfontein Private Reserve
Witfontein has, since the previous century, existed as several cattle farms. Since the current owners, Else & Vagn Christensen, acquired the area in 1998, Witfontein has been transformed into a wildlife reserve where three of South Africa’s most luxurious lodges have been established. Witfontein is situated as a small oasis in the middle of the glorious Waterberg Mountains, amongst wildlife from all over the southern regions of Africa. Furthermore it is neighbours to the Velgewonden Big 5 Area, and only a short drive from Pilansberg National Park.

Witfontein is Located directly in the malaria free, UNESCO protected ‘Biosphere Reserve’ that is the Waterberg Mountains, 149 miles north of Pretoria.

This area is one of only 93 ‘Biosphere Reserve’ locations in the world, which means the area is under complete environmental protection.

In addition, Witfontein Hunting Safaris has around 500.000 acres of “Bushland” hunting concessions in the area from Witfontein to the Limpopo River in the north.

Malaria free

Witfontein 5-star Private Reserve is located in the middle of the beautiful Waterberg Mountains where there is no malaria.