4 Star Game Lodge and Chalets

Bergsig Eco Estate was established in 2001.
This magnificent 343Ha private game lodge and eco estate is located in the heart of the beautiful Mabula area in the Bela-Bela game lodge district, where you can expect sunshine for 300 days of the year. The unspoiled bushveld atmosphere has been preserved and plays host to comfortable luxury accommodation on the estate.

Luxury 4 star safari lodge and game reserve property on 343ha for sale. Purchase your own tranquil yet exciting, private piece of Africa.

Lodge Catering and Functions Venue

Hosting a conference at the game reserve in view of the picturesque Waterberg mountains, provides clients with an exclusive venue where they can focus and be productive whilst relaxing and interacting with nature.

Game Farm Wildlife and Ecology

The game farm provides an energy which can only be experienced by spending time living in the bush amongst the wildlife in their natural habitat. Your senses will be tantalised by the sights, sounds and smells of pristine African bush.
Wake up in the morning to crisp fresh air, birds chirping, and a herd of wild animals gently grazing outside your doorstep.

Exploring and Living in the African Bushveld

The comfortable, self-contained 3 Star Bundu huts are aimed at nature lovers.
Each hut has a double bed, bunk and bathroom en-suite, gas appliances, rechargeable lighting and braai area.
There is also a rock pool close by.

Investor and Tourism Confidence in Limpopo

The town of Bela Bela, which means 'boiling-boiling' in Northern Sotho, is in the malaria-free Waterberg region of the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Previously known as Warmbaths, it is renowned both locally and abroad for its natural hot mineral water springs, sub tropical climate and eco-friendly development.

Property in the area offers a sound investment coupled with an idyllic bushveld lifestyle. Confidence in the area is displayed through the vast amount of foreign and local investors in the region.

Bela Bela has a well-established central business district, public and private schooling, medical services, and recreation amenities. The town is close to a modern road and rail network, and airports, bringing growing numbers of local and international visitors to this intriguing and vastly unexplored region of bushveld, forests and mountains, in one of the most diverse fauna and flora regions in southern Africa.

The Kruger National Park together with several other world renowned reserves, an amazingly large variety of birds and animals, including the 'Big Five', two United Nations recognised biosphere reserves and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites are located in Limpopo, which is also one of the richest agricultural and mineral treasure chests in southern Africa.

In line with the Provincial Governments growth and development plans, Limpopo is well set to continue as a favourite investment and eco tourism destination.

Wildlife Ranching

The Limpopo bushveld is home to about half of South Afirca's game ranches, and the game ranching business is booming. Farmers have described certain 'breeding' animals as a better investment than property or stock.
Reports state that an African buffalo bull was auctioned for R18mil, and a young buffalo bull sold for R26mil at an auction in Bela-Bela. Good quality game is an excellent investment, and the industry is a sustainable one that is contributing billions to the South African economy.

South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who owns Phala Phala ranch near Bela-Bela, where he breeds buffalo, black and white impala and golden wildebeest, confirmed the right of private game breeders to own South African land. "Continue investing in your farms and land, because the constitution guarantees the rights of all of us. Sustainable and inclusive wildlife breeding approaches will deliver economic value and preserve our wildlife heritage for generations to come."

The Estate Is Comprised of

  • Lodge with 6 En-Suite Rooms
  • 5 Self Catering Chalets
  • 3 Self Contained Bush Huts
  • 1 Bush Chalet
  • Group Accommodation with 4 Rooms
  • Staff, operational and workshop units
  • One large dam
  • Several smaller dams
  • Perennial water supply from several boreholes

Conference Venue

  • Fully equipped
  • Seats 160 guests
  • Ample parking
  • Professional catering services

Investor Development Opportunity

  • Housing development has been completed on 6 stands
  • 41 more stands available for sale & development
  • Stand prices on request
  • Family, Corporate or Bush Cluster plans

Estate Facilities

  • 4x4 Routes
  • Safari Game & night drives
  • Mountain biking
  • Hiking trails
  • Entertainment, games and sport areas
  • Obstacle course
  • Lookout tower and observation areas
  • Fishing
  • 4 Swimming pools and rock pool

Wildlife at the Estate

  • 115 different bird species
  • Ant bear
  • Blesbok
  • Blue Wildebeest
  • Brown Hyena
  • Bushbuck
  • Bushpig
  • Chacma Baboon
  • Giraffe
  • Golden Wildebeest (breeding)
  • Grey Duiker
  • Impala
  • Jackal
  • Kudu
  • Likkewaan (Monitor) and other reptiles
  • Nagapie (Bush Baby)
  • Porcupine
  • Red Hartebeest
  • Serval
  • Steenbok
  • Vervet Monkey
  • Warthog
  • Waterbuck
  • Zebra

Eco Estate Property Investment Enquiry

If you would like more information please email us at invest@bergsigecoestate.co.za or alternatively, fill in the form below and we will contact you.