LONGER STAY

Schrikkloof Private Nature Reserve & Resort
The Lions Foundation is located in the magnificent Schrikkloof Nature Reserve, a 700ha reserve in the Waterberg. Guests are welcome to stay in our beautiful, African-style resort. Combine your stay with a visit to The Lions Foundation!

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Accommodation
Schrikkloof’s accommodation consists of ten fully serviced thatched suites with bathrooms en-suite. Six of these suites have outdoor showers in addition to the bathrooms. All suites have private decks overlooking a ravine of unspoilt nature.

Facilities
A full bar, lounge and dining area opening up onto a viewing deck are the focal point of social activities. At night, you can enjoy pre-dinner drinks and snacks around an open fire in a boma with a view.

Please note: Due to the slopes on which chalets were built, stairs between different floor levels may not make the accommodation suitable for physically handicapped persons.

Conferencing
The Induna room offers the ideal setting for meetings (boardroom style) or seminars (classroom style) with whiteboards, overhead projector, screens, TV and VCR.

This conference room offers comfortable seating for up to 24 delegates with top quality facilities and an atmosphere to stimulate any conference activity. In addition, the Wine Cellar can seat up to 10 delegates in air-conditioned comfort and privacy. The lodge area also offers comfortable seating areas for four break-away groups.

If you’d like to book a conference stay, please contact us.

Wildlife
Schrikkloof is part of a privately owned game farm in the southern range of the Waterberg. The farm covers 1200 hectares of natural landscape and lies in the centre of over 10,000 hectares of bushveld ranches. The owners have embarked on a programme, based on ecological study, to breed a number of indigenous game species.

Right now there are over 22 species of game already roaming the farm including Buffalo, Zebra and Giraffe. Schrikkloof is also home to a host of bird species, which is bound to intrigue the avid bird watcher. Free-roaming wildlife is abundant; sightings of porcupines, aardwolf, aardvark, bush babies and mongoose are common and even the elusive leopards have their territory in the area.

 

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Leopard

Schrikkloof is ideally suited for eco-tourism, offering clear views of game and an endless variety of natural habitat.

Activities
Schrikkloof offers the following leisure activities:
– A visit to The Lions Foundation
– Walking trails
– Game drives
– Bird watching
– Mountain biking
– Swimming pool
– Pool table
– Board games
– Table Tennis
– Gym
– Spa treatments

Optional excursions, subject to prior booking and availability include:
– A trip to the Bela-Bela warmbaths (hot springs);
– Extended game drives with sundowners;
– Golf at any one of the two top class 18-hole golf courses, Elements and Zebula (both in close proximity).

Please see the Schrikkloof website for more information.

 

OUR MISSION


The Lions Foundation aims to
rehabilitate lions in need from
all over the world to their
natural habitat.

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The Lions Foundation is
located in Schrikkloof
Nature Reserve.

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Hugo and Ambra matched

As both Hugo and Ambra were living on their own, Stichting Leeuw has been busy matching these two lions. After having lived in the same enclosure for a while, taking turns being inside and outside, they got to know each other well enough and reacted friendly enough to...

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Founding of The Lions Foundation

Recently Stichting Leeuw had the unique opportunity to realise its own lion sanctuary in South Africa. This subsidiary, which will have the internationally more workable name of The Lions Foundation, is located in the nature reserve Schrikkloof in Limpopo province....

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