The land and its people are a melting pot of history with Tswana, Pedi, Afrikaans, Ndebele, English and Tsonga-speaking people all having played a part in its history. Make sure to see the battle sites, cemeteries and forts around the area. Cullinan is close by, and it was here that the world’s largest diamond was discovered!
A short 15 minutes from Cullinan is the Stumble Inn Lodge. This safari haven offers guests the ultimate bush experience with fully self-catering chalets or breakfast at the Fig Tree Restaurant. Experience the heart of the bush with breathtaking mountain views, tame warthogs, free roaming game and a key feature – being able to walk in the wilderness – as the animals, though wild do not pose the danger associated with the big five.
Situated on a 360 hectare game reserve Stumble Inn lodge is home to many species of antelope and over 200 kinds of birds. If you’re a bird watcher, this is paradise. Sit and watch kudu, zebra, wildebeest, hyena, leopard and jackal drinking at the floodlit waterhole from your private terrace. Also see if you can spot the honey badger, porcupine, baboon and bush baby.
The lodge also provides access to trails for mountain biking and horse riding. Other activities in the area include:
• Lion Park
• Monkey Park
• Crocodile Farm with sunset cruises
• Game Drives
• Balloon Rides
• Micro Lighting
• Cullinan Mine Tour
• Quad Biking
• 4 X 4 Trails
• Spa and pamper saloon
Stay in your choice between Bush Willow a chalet with a private terrace that offers beautiful views of the surrounding bush and the floodlit waterhole. Wild Pear is a spate chalet that is tranquil, allowing you to relax and unwind. Mahogany is the most romantic chalet with a special feature you’ll have to discover when you book your stay. Boekenhout has beautiful views of the surrounding bush and Bougainvillea is a stone chalet ideal for family sized guests.
For more information on how you can book your holiday with Stumble Inn Lodge, contact Sally on
(0)72 808 2058 or visit Stumble Inn to see for yourself just how charming this refuge in the South African bushveld really is.