In & Around Reitz
Bassfeather is conveniently close to many local attractions that make the Eastern Freestate so unique. Enjoy day trips to stunning scenic sites.
Elements of traditional Batlokoa culture still survive today, such as traditional music and oral poetry.
It was established in 1912 and named after the town of Clarens in Switzerland where exiled Paul Kruger spent his last days.
The park derives its name from the brilliant shades of gold cast by the sun on the park's sandstone cliffs, especially the imposing Brandwag rock.
Using “wolves” and “South Africa” in the same sentence appears somewhat contradictory. Yet there are quite a lot of wolves in South Africa – all in captivity.
is an animal welfare project by FOUR PAWS. It provides lifelong home for big cats that were kept in inadequate conditions.
On the southwest, Qwaqwa bordered independent Lesotho; on the southeast, it was bordered by the province of Natal. With an area of 253 square miles of rich and pure South African culture
Karp, Bass and other dam varities.
in around the resort on 550ha of freestate nature lots of small game to view.
Our public swimmingpool is situation central to the Bar, Dam and the tranquilty of nature