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Commandodrift to Tsolwana

Via Tarkastad
Distance 61 km.

We would have liked to spend more time in Commandodrift - will come back some time.

Luckily, Tsolwana is not very far from Commandodrift. The trip took us a leisurely two hours to Tsolwana's quite imposing reception where we were met by very friendly staff who took us to Thibet Park lodge and started to spoil us blind. We mentioned to them that we are contractors and that we are actually supposed to look after ourselves, not being guests. This was met by a "That's not the way we do it at Tsolwana" from the chef and housekeeper...

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Posted on 6 March 2008 by Linx



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Commando Drift to Tsolwana

Tsolwana Nature Reserve, a superb holiday destination for groups, hikers and campers. It features luxury lodges created from the homes of the farmers who used to live here. They are spacious and well equipped for self catering, while you can also have a chef and a charlady in attendance if you so wish.

You bring the food and ingredients and Tsolwana's staff will prepare it for you while you enjoy the diversity of activities that are offered at Tsolwana. We can wholeheartedly recommend Tsolwana's facilities and outstanding friendliness and service.

Tsolwana Nature Reserve is situated approximately 60 kilometers west of Queenstown and 30 kilometers south east of Tarkastad, nestled on the edge of the Winterberg range.

Accommodation Otterford Lodge and Thibet Park Lodge are both graded three star establishments, and they can each accommodate 10 persons, while Indwe Lodge, a restored farmhouse, has its own braai boma and can accommodate 8 people.

Activities at Tsolwana include game drives, hiking, horse riding, birdwatching and 4x4 game drives to the top of the mountain offered by the friendly staff. On these game drives you can see large herds of Oryx, Springbuck, Ostriches, Wildebeest and lesser groups of Kudu, Rhino, Eland, Zebra and many others.

Our next stop will be at Fort Fordyce Nature reserve.

Read our first hand experience of the reserve at the top left of this page.

Reservations: Head Office Tel: +27 (0)43 742 4450 Fax: +27 (0)43 742 5566 email: reservations@ecparksboard.co.za