About Arotin Game Lodge
Surrounded by a back drop of tranquil bush veld splendour, Arotin Game Lodge rises brighter, this time with in the province of North West. Situated just outside Brits, a half hour from Hartbeest Dam, one hour from Pretoria, and an hour and a half from Johannesburg.
Within the estate Hill Side Lodge welcomes you to a truly unique contemporary African farm-style accommodation. The lodge offers exceptional and luxury en-suite, open-plan guest suites. There is a self-catering large traditional lapa, a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area. This area is surrounded by the lodge’s exotic project breeding camp making it a perfect setting to meet fellow guests and friends under Africa skies.
Nestled between the mountains, bordering on the Crocodile River, Arotin Game Lodge prides itself with abundant fauna and flora with over 10 species of antelope, including sable and golden wildebeest. There are over 100 different indigenous trees, a perfect setting for both nature and bird life enthusiasts.
Arotin Game Lodge offers free daily game viewing safaris to resident guests around the reserve and into the mountains. The two hour drive also includes a visit to the sable and golden wildebeest breeding camps during feeding time, which is a must see, so don’t forget your camera. Other activities at the lodge include hiking trails, bass fishing, swimming, and archery.
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