Welgevonden is positioned at the foothills of the Waterberg. At 37 500 hectares in size, Welgevonden Private Game Reserve is an evocative piece of Africa, aptly meaning ‘well found’. This is a malaria-free place of rare and rugged beauty, plentiful wildlife and prolific birdlife. The spectacular scenery and excellent game viewing make Welgevonden quite unlike anywhere else on earth.
Welgevonden is home to over 50 different mammals, including the Big Five, and boasts one of the largest populations of white rhino on a private reserve anywhere in Africa. There are rare and unusual species too, such as brown hyena, aardwolf and aardvark – all best seen at night. The grassy plains abound with antelope from the largest eland to the diminutive duiker, and cheetah, lion and leopard are always close by. It is the diversity of habitat on the reserve that encourages such a wide range of wildlife as well as over 250 bird species, including rare blue cranes.
The evocative wilderness area offers an exclusive, intimate experience of the African bush with only a limited number of guests having access to the reserve at any one time. No private vehicles are permitted, which ensures minimal human impact and the ultimate wilderness experience. Historically, wildlife on the reserve has never been hunted so game viewing is always up close and personal.
Dimension Data’s Mziki lodge offers luxury accommodation, superb traditional cuisine and the warmth and charm of true South African hospitality. It is ideal for those who want to slip into relaxation and enjoy the superb South African climate.
Enjoy cooling off in the swimming pool on hot summer days. Enjoy a braai (BBQ) in the boma and let the rhythm of Africa awaken the spirit of adventure within you, experience the magic and beauty of the African bushveld.
Dimension Data’s Mziki lodge is unfortunately not a commercial lodge and can therefore not be booked in a personal capacity. It is only open to corporate bookings through Dimension Data. Our lodge allocations run over weekends (Friday to Sunday) and mid-week (Tuesday to Wednesday).